1. Due Process Hearing Takes Control Away from the Collection Officer

    Due Process Hearing Takes Control Away from the Collection Officer Every person subject to IRS Collections is entitled to the “due process of the law”. This concept of due process is a constitutional right. IRS has been required by Congress to allow any taxpayer a right to be heard and considered, by an independent Appeals Officer. Complete and file Form 12153, Collections Due Process or Equiv…Read More

  2. Due Process to Stop IRS Collections

    If IRS files a tax lien against you, you have a right to stop them. One way is by “Due Process of Law”, but without the help of a skilled tax lawyer, you don’t always get the chance to exercise that right. And that’s a problem. This legal term, “Due Process”, basically means fair treatment through a normal justice system. This is certainly a person’s right with regard to IRS tax liab…Read More