Tax Payers face many issues related to tax while they are filing their tax returns. Tax payers feel tensed when the IRS calls them for any issue. They feel it a huge burden to deal with the tax issues along with their work and family commitments. IRS realizes this problem and to solve it they have defined a process that makes resolving tax disputes with them easier.
The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS)
If you are facing a tax dispute, you can feel free to contact the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS). The advocates extend their support and help you with your problem. The offices of TAS are located in each and every state. Here is the list of disputes which are addressed by this service:
- IRS has not extended support to you despite your repeated tries
- You did not get any response from the agency by the deadline time
- The routine communication channels of IRS support system failed
Expectations from Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS)
Every taxpayer can expect polite handling of their tax dispute, a timely follow-up after the initial call, an estimate of how long it will take to settle their case, and a quick tax dispute resolution.
Data required by Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS), inorder to successfully extend support
Apart from the detailed description of your dispute, TAS will need the following information from you:
- Your Social Security Number (SSN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN)
- The type of tax return and the tax year
- Information about your previous attempts to resolve the problem