IRS Appeals

There are two primary avenues of tax appeals within the IRS: Collection Appeals Program (CAP), and Request for a Collection Due Process Hearing (CDP).

5 Must-Knows About Personal Liability for Unpaid Employment Taxes (Trust Fund Recovery Penalty)

Are you an owner or employee of a business that is delinquent with employment taxes?  If so, watch out!  It is possible that you will be held personally liable for what is called the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty. What is the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty? In short, the Trust Fund […]

Understanding IRS Collection Notices and Correspondence

LT-11 | CP 504 | Collection Due Process | IRS CDP | TaxFortress

A taxpayer who accrues a balance due with the IRS receives a lot of correspondence as the IRS tries to collect on that liability.  Some of this correspondence appears threatening, but actually doesn’t have much “bite.”  Other correspondence means there could be serious danger up ahead, and may require immediate […]

Will the IRS Seize Assets or Force the Sale of Them?

IRS Asset Seizure | Tax Levy | Notice of Levy | TaxFortress

Will the IRS take your assets or force you to liquidate assets in order to satisfy your IRS back tax liability? The IRS can, with a few limited exemptions, seize your assets to satisfy your IRS back taxes. However, if you have competent legal representation, this should not happen to […]