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A CDP hearing is an opportunity to discuss alternatives to enforced collection and permits you to dispute the amount you owe if you have not had a prior opportunity to do so. You do not need to wait for the final notice and it is in your best interest to respond to Notice CP504.
Call the phone number on the CDP notice or 1-800-829-1040 if you are not sure about the correct address or if you want to fax your hearing request.
A CDP hearing is an opportunity to discuss alternatives to enforced collection and permits you to dispute the amount you owe if you have not had a prior opportunity to do so. You do not need to wait for the final notice and it is in your best interest to respond to Notice CP504.
A CDP hearing is an opportunity to discuss alternatives to enforced collection and permits you to dispute the amount you owe if you have not had a prior opportunity to do so. You do not need to wait for the final notice and it is in your best interest to respond to Notice CP504.
Taxpayers can file IRS form 12153 to request a hearing and appeal the lien or levy. These hearings allow you to appeal the IRS's collection actions. They can potentially stop the lien or levy from happening. The Office of Appeals is independent of the other IRS offices.
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The Collection Appeals Program (CAP) is one of two appeals programs available to taxpayers to challenge IRS collection actions. The Program allows the taxpayer to appeal a collection action before or after certain IRS actions. The taxpayer can also use CAP in connection with issues arising under installment agreements.
Form 12153 is an IRS document also known as a Request for a Collection Due Process or Equivalent Hearing. You can file this form in response to an IRS notice of intent to levy or notice of intent to file a lien on your assets.
Taxpayers can file IRS form 12153 to request a hearing and appeal the lien or levy. These hearings allow you to appeal the IRS's collection actions. They can potentially stop the lien or levy from happening. The Office of Appeals is independent of the other IRS offices.
If a taxpayer does not timely request a CDP hearing, the taxpayer may request an equivalent hearing. An equivalent hearing is available where a taxpayer misses the 30-day deadline to submit a CDP hearing request (Regs. Sec. 301.
You can obtain Form 2848 from your local IRS office, by calling 1-800-829-3676, or by going to www.irs.gov. Once Appeals makes a decision regarding your case, that decision is binding on both you and the IRS.

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