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If you have received a result from an IRS examination that requires an adjustment to your tax liability and you don’t agree with the result, you have certain rights to appeal – your opportunity to state your case and perhaps get an overturn of the result of your examination. (It’s always possible!)

Facts About Your Appeal Rights

The IRS has put together a list of seven facts that they want you to be aware of with regard to your appeal rights (for more information see Tax Tip 2022.82):

When the IRS makes an adjustment to your tax return, you will receive a report or letter explaining the proposed adjustments. This letter will also explain how to request a conference with an Appeals Office should you not agree with the IRS finding on your tax return. In addition

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