A bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced legislation to provide taxpayers more rights to have their cases heard by the Internal Revenue Service’s Office of Appeals.
The Preserving Taxpayers’ Rights Act would provide taxpayers the legal right to have cases heard by the IRS Office of Appeals, further define which IRS cases can be designated for litigation and when tax liability assessments can be levied, and eliminate the use of outside law firms for federal tax audits.
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