Webinar: Dealing with the IRS - Collection Due Process Hearing
You can appeal an IRS enforced collection action to the IRS Office of Appeals. The Office of Appeals is separate from and independent of the IRS Collection offices that initiate collection actions. The Internal Revenue Service ensures the independence of the Office of Appeals through a strict policy prohibiting ex parte communication (meaning communication between Appeals and Collections) about the accuracy of the facts or merits of each case. This webinar will discuss how to use one of the most effective ways to appeal an IRS collection action: a Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing.
Course Objective: To provide confidence to the practitioner or anyone preparing and then attending a CDP hearing.
Learning Outcomes: Participants will be able to:
- Discuss how the CDP hearings work
- List strategies that can be utilized at a CDP hearing
- Determine the alternative if a CDP hearing cannot be attained
1.0 CPE credit in Taxes
Dan Gibson, Partner, EisnerAmper LLP