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Collection Due Process Hearing
As taxpayer you have the right to notice and a hearing prior to the IRS enforcing collection of any tax due.  After the IRS has issued a series a notices, the IRS must issue a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and allow you 30 days to request a hearing, which is generally referred to...
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A taxpayer has the right to a collection due process hearing with the Internal Revenue Service Appeals Office under certain circumstances.  This hearing can be very beneficial to a taxpayer in terms of preventing enforcement action such as a bank levy or wage garnishment and by a means to establish or propose an agreement with...
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What is IRS Form 12153?  Form 12153 is used to request a Collection Due Process Hearing with the Internal Revenue Service.  If you owe taxes to the Internal Revenue Service, and the IRS issues a Final Notice of Intent to Levy, files a Notice of Federal Tax Lien or other circumstances exist, you may wish...
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A collection due process hearing is a hearing afforded to taxpayers with certain issues before the IRS.  This hearing may help in resolving a tax matter such as a tax debt, and provides due process to the taxpayer.  The video below has prepared by a Denver tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm to provide...
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Form 12153 is an IRS Form of which a taxpayer can use to request a Collection Due Process Hearing (CDP Hearing).  A CDP Hearing can be used to propose alternative resolutions to an IRS tax debt as opposed to IRS enforcement action such as bank levies, wage garnishment and the seizure of assets.  The article...
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