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United States Tax Court
Taxpayers do not have to simply roll over and accept whatever an IRS Auditor decides. In fact, taxpayers are entitled to have a judge decide whether the IRS erred in concluding that they owe more tax.
There is however a very short window to petition (go to) the U.S. Tax Court and have a Judge decide if the IRS made a mistake. That opportunity only exists for 90 days (150 days if taxpayer lives overseas) after the IRS issues a Notice of Deficiency to the taxpayer.
After 90 days lapses, the window closes forever and the right to go to tax court disappears.
We have filed numerous tax court Petitions over the years which in many cases resulted in significantly less tax being paid by our Clients.
Call Balisok & Kaufman, PLLC New York Tax & IRS Lawyers today at 718-928-9607 or email us at Law@BalisokKaufman.comFree Consultation