Current Due Process
What Is a Collection Due Process (CDP)?
A Collection Due Process hearing could be your last chance to resolve whatever tax controversy you have with the IRS. The IRS will issue a IRS Letter 1058, Notice of Intent to Levy and Right to Request a Hearing or it will send IRS Letter 3172 , Notice of Federal Tax Lien File and Your Rights To a Hearing before it sends a levy. After that notice you must have a CDP hearing within 30 days of the notice. To request a hearing you must fill out IRS Form 12153 for a hearing.
What Is A Notice Of Federal Tax Lien?
A federal tax lien can have some big consequences. Liens can be attached to your home for example, making it difficult to refinance a home. It also puts a scare on potential buyers since the home was associated with the IRS in such a negative way.
How Can I Avoid A Federal Tax Lien?
What Is A Notice Of Intent To Levy?
Examples of a responsible person or group of people
How Can I Stop A Levy?
How Can I File A Collection Due Process Request?
How Much Time Is There To File A CDP Hearing Request?
Once you get either IRS Letter 3172, Notice of Federal Tax Lien File and Your Rights to a Hearing or IRS Letter 1058, Notice of Intent To Levy and Notice of Your Rights to a Hearing, it’s time to request the CDP hearing. Try not to let the 30 day period go by and miss your opportunity. We are here to assist with any part of this process beginning to end. Feel free to contact us for help regarding your situation.
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