Back Taxes Resolved Through Appeals vs. Tax CourtHundreds of thousands of US taxpayers dispute their back taxes annually through the IRS Office of Appeals instead of Tax Court. Why? Because the IRS Office of Appeals has a responsibility of resolving tax disputes in a unbiased and impartial manner for tax payers. See IRS Appeals.
What is The IRS Office of Appeals Process?If the IRS chose to audit a tax return and states that the tax payer owes back taxes, the tax payer has the option to disagree with any proposed changes to their individual tax returns. The tax attorneys at PEARSON BUTLER Law can evaluate your case and assess whether to appeal any audit adjustments, liens, offers in compromise, and levies. The tax attorney team can also help you ask to hold conference with the IRS Office of Appeals and help you prepare for your Appeals conference.
See "Back Taxes in Utah? Consider the IRS Office of Appeals."