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IRS Appeals Process and Alternative Dispute Resolution through Fast Track Settlements (Book Only)
Price: $69.00
Product №:05874-BK
Book №: 05874-BK
Publish Date:  7/1/2009
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This book is intended to help practitioners to better deal with the Internal Revenue Service Appeals process for examination cases and explains the use of Fast Track Settlements.  IRS representatives, tax attorneys, and accountants share insights on how to handle the appeals process with the IRS and explain when alternative dispute resolution might be appropriate.

Summary of Contents:
IRS Fast Track Settlements and Appeals PowerPoint | Publication 4227 – Appeals | Publication 5 – Your Appeal Rights and How to Prepare a Protest if You Don’t Agree | Letters and Notices Offering an Appeal | Internal Revenue Manual Section Appeals | Form 12203 – Request for Appeals Review | Publication 4167 ADR Appeals | Announcement 2006-61 Fast Track Settlement For SB/SE Taxpayers | IRS News Release 2007-200 IRS Fast Track Settlement Program Expands | Announcement 2008 110 Extension of Fast Track Settlement For SB/SE Taxpayers Pilot Program | Form 14017 Application for Fast Track Settlement.

Number of Pages:  84

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