One tenant of the Taxpayer Bill of Rights promulgated by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is the right of a person to pay only the proper amount of tax in a timely manner in accordance with the law. Such tax payments may include penalties and interests.
Under the law, every taxpayer who believes they overpaid the IRS can file a refund or appeal claim. If taxpayers believe the notice sent to them by the IRS was faulty, the law allows a certain period for them to notify the IRS and submit pertinent documents supporting their claim. In some situations, the IRS might apply corrections if they notice irregularities in filing. Taxpayers can also request tax corrections, especially if their taxes are wrongfully assessed.
Unfortunately, there are some IRS employees who are negligent when processing the tax documents submitted to them. If you believe there was an irregularity regarding your taxes, a qualified attorney may be able to work for you. Simply fill out the contact form on the top of this page today to get in touch with an attorney.