Created August 3, 2012
This white paper is written primarily for the professional tax preparer who has little or no experience appealing an IRS audit, but needs to understand what happens between the time an examination is concluded and the day of trial in Tax Court, in order to be able to tell the client what to expect.
Imagine yourself in this situation: Your client’s income tax return has been examined and the IRS has proposed changes with which you and your client strongly disagree. A meeting with the examiner’s supervisor failed to resolve the issues. Your client wants to appeal, and you think he has a good chance of success. What happens next?
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