Appealing a Notice of Deficiency and the CDP Judicial Appeal
Author: Dan Pilla
Study time: 2 hours
This course first addresses the statutory procedures for challenging a Notice of Deficiency, which is the final determination that is issued by the IRS’s Office of Appeals in a Collection Due Process Appeal. It outlines the procedures for judicial review of a Notice of Determination and then builds on issues presented in a separate course "Understanding the Tax Court and Tax Court Basics".
Video time: 2 hours
Course notes: 1 PDF
Continuing Education: 2 Credits*
2 Hours of Video
1 Certificate (2 CEU)*
6 Interactive Review Questions
1 Final Exam
1 Course Outline PDF
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You will learn the specific procedures for challenging a Notice of Deficiency
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Effective handling of IRS issues can lead to raving testimonials around your community.
* Student must pass final exam with a score of 70% or higher to earn CEUs
Tax Litigation Expert and Author of "#1 Tax Book In America" by The Wall Street Journal
Dan Pilla is the world's foremost authority on the subject and practice of tax resolution. With 40+ years of experience and a competitive spirit, Dan has seen and resolved every kind of tax problem imaginable. He began beating the IRS as an 18-year-old young man, and he's been beating them ever since.
Dan is known by many as the "father" of the tax resolution industry... and for good reason. Tax resolution practitioners around the nation have based their methods and practices off the work Dan completed in the early 80s. Nobody stays on top of the IRS and the current tax code like Dan Pilla.