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L1.04.21 – The IRS Collection Process – (2 CE)

The IRS Collection Process

IRS Program #: X9QQU-T-00739-21-O/S
CE: 2
Speaker: John Hargis, EA

The IRS Collection Process: This course provides a broad overview of the IRS collection process, beginning with initial assessment of a balance due through resolution of the unpaid tax balance. Participants will understand the options available for resolving an unpaid federal tax debt.

Learning Objectives:

  • Summarize the lifecycle of a collection case from selection to completion.
  • Discuss the role of Appeals and the United States Tax Court in resolving collection controversies.
  • Identify new developments in IRS collection, including, but not limited to, passport issues and use of private debt collection.

Continuing Education
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