Tax practitioners should be pleased that recent improvements have enabled the Internal Revenue Service to handle appeals more efficiently and in a more timely fashion than in the past.
While for many practitioners, taking a case to the IRS appeals unit is not a regular occurrence, there are times when the client would benefit if someone else reviewed the facts, and that someone could be Appeals.
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