IRS Tax Tip 2020-34, March 11, 2020
When the IRS makes a determination about someone's tax return, that person can challenge the IRS's decision. In fact, the taxpayer has a right to do so. This is one of ten rights laid out in the Taxpayer Bill of Rights. They also have the right for that challenge to be heard by the agency.
This means taxpayers have the right to:
- Object to formal IRS actions or proposed actions and provide additional documentation in their response.
- Expect the IRS to consider their timely objections and documentation promptly and fairly.
- Receive a response if the IRS does not agree with them.
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