S31-How to Be More Appealing to the IRS: Appeals Representation

Friday, June 28 | 10:10 am - 11:50 am
Track: Representation
CE :
     2 hours Federal Tax Law (EA, CRTP, OTRP)
     2 hours Taxes/Tax Planning (CPA, CFP)
     1.75 hours Taxation Law (Attorney – CA Bar MCLE)
     2 hours (CSEA/NAEA)
Speaker: Mark F. Seid, EA, CPA, USTCP

Description: As the IRS budget has been reduced over the last six years, taxpayers have increasingly needed to seek the assistance of the IRS Appeals Division. Taxpayers who are audited usually have a right to appeal any determination by an agent.  Taxpayers also enjoy the right to appeal any proposed seizure or levy action. This session will show you the best way to file winning appeals when dealing with examinations, collection due process notices, denial of installment agreements, penalties and Judicial Approach and Culture (AJAC).
Learning Objectives:
1. Increase your success before IRS appeals
2. Be able to prepare winning appeals
3. Know the best negotiation strategies                                         
4. Make the most of face-to-face appeals

Learning Level: Introductory

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None