When You Can Pursue a Collection Due Process Hearing

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Collection Due Process Hearing

This is a forum where the taxpayer may protest one of the following IRS notices:

  • Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing.
  • Notice of Federal Tax Lien and Your Right to a Hearing.
  • Notice of Jeopardy Levy and Right of Appeal.
  • Notice of Levy on Your State Tax Refund - Notice of Your Right to a Hearing.
  • Post Levy Collection Due Process Notice.

A taxpayer has 30 days from the date of notice to request a Collection Due Process Hearing. In addition, there still is an opportunity to attempt to work out a solution with the Collection Office that sent the notice. If the case cannot be resolved, the case will be forwarded to Appeals for the taxpayer.

It's essential for the taxpayer not to ignore and wait for final notice because they will miss out on getting a Collection Due Process Hearing (CDP). The IRS has already begun the collection process in earnest. Having a CDP hearing enables many potential issues to be addressed, which could result in favorable for the taxpayer. Harmon Tax Resolution, LLC can help. Multi-disciplined Tax Attorney-Certified Public Accountant-Enrolled Agent Will Harmon will ensure your matter receives proper coverage from all angles to obtain the best solution for your situation.

Let us help you find a solution to your tax problem. Call Harmon Tax Resolution, LLC today at 772-418-0949 or complete our online form to request a free consultation with a knowledgeable multi-licensed tax attorney-CPA-Enrolled Agent.

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Harmon Tax Resolution, LLC services the entire state of Florida for Collection Due Process Hearings.

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