If you disagree with the proposed adjustment or action in your tax case, you can appeal your case to the Office of Appeals. An appeals officer or settlement officer will review the strengths and weaknesses of the respective positions taken in your case and give it a fresh look. Reviews by the Office of Appeals are conducted in an informal manner, by correspondence, telephone or at a personal meeting. Differences are often settled during an informal review thus avoiding expensive and time-consuming court proceedings. The Office of Appeals goal is to provide a forum for taxpayers to work together to resolve the tax dispute. You can work directly with us in the Appeals process at anytime, but there is different types of Appeals that may need to be considered depending on your tax situation.
The CAP program is available for more situations than the CDP program, even though a final resolution may take longer.
Appeals are used for liens, levies, seizures, penalties, audits, offer in compromise's and installment agreement issues, etc.
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