Tax Collection Appeals

If you have received a Notice of Federal Tax Lien Filing, a Notice of Intent to Levy, or a Notice of Jeopardy Levy, you can be sure that the IRS is ready to use all of its powers to collect on back taxes. Before the IRS can successfully file a tax lien against you, or levy your earnings, you have every right to an appeal process. Who you choose as your tax lawyer will greatly impact how your tax collection appeal is resolved.

The Benefits of Filing a Tax Collection Appeal

Filing a tax collection appeal will protect your assets from the IRS, at least for the time being. Requesting a Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing gives you time to negotiate alternatives to a lien or levy, such as an offer in compromise. In a CDP hearing, your case is brought before an IRS appeals officer. IRS appeals officers may be more disposed than the IRS collection officers to reach an agreement with a taxpayer.

Contact John McDuff to Discuss Your Case

The Law Office of John McDuff, P.C. will help you develop payment alternatives, and put forth all relevant defenses to show why the IRS is acting in error. John McDuff will explore all reasonable alternatives on your behalf with the full intent of minimizing your tax liability.

You have only 30 days from the time you receive a notice of lien or levy to request a CDP hearing. The sooner you contact our law firm, the more we may be able to do in your case. John McDuff represents clients in Austin, Travis County, and Central Texas. Call us at 512-457-1177, or contact us online.

The information that you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice, and any use of this information will not create an attorney-client relationship. We invite you to contact us to get advice.