Congressional Panel Examines Revamping The IRS Appeals And Dispute Resolution Process
Congressional panel examines revamping the IRS appeals and dispute resolution process
The House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee held a hearing this week to look at reforming the way the Internal Revenue Service resolves taxpayer disputes and appeals.
One of the witnesses at Wednesday’s hearing was Chastity Wilson, vice chair of the AICPA’s IRS Advocacy and Relations Committee and a principal at CliftonLarsonAllen’s National Tax Office. She recommended the IRS improve its appeals process and how it deals with penalty abatements.
“It has been our experience that there is no consistency across the IRS divisions on the application of penalty relief provisions,” Wilson said in her testimony. “There …