Taking on the IRS may seem folly, but if your tax return is adjusted, you can contest the examination and appeal the adjustment. But to have a chance of winning your appeal, you need to know your rights.Before you consider an appeal, know that more than 100,000 cases are resolved through IRS process each year. The Office of Appeals is independent of the IRS and exist resolve disputes without going to trial. So know your rights before you take on the tax collector, starting with these 5 important facts:
For more about the appeals process, visit the appeals page on IRS.gov.