How to Ask for Help
TAS may be able to help you if you have an issue with your taxes or if you have tried to resolve a tax situation through the usual routes provided by the Tax Department but have been unsuccessful. If you can persuade the TAS of a few key points, they may decide to consider your case.
– You are having problems making ends meet due to the tax situation, and speed is of the utmost importance.
– You want help to maintain track of several individuals and worries associated with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
– The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is difficult to contact and provides little assistance.
– The Internal Revenue Service has warned you that prompt action may be taken against you.
– It would appear that the IRS is losing an opportunity about your specific situation.
– A legislative body has brought your matter before the Judicial Appeals Service (TAS).
Make contact with the TAS.
Suppose you have had problems receiving answers to your inquiries regarding taxes from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). In that case, you may be eligible to use the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) services. Most importantly, no hidden fees are associated with using TAS’ service.
Recently, there have been many requests for assistance, and the Taxpayer Advocate Service has been responding to all of them. Because of the delays that have occurred in the filing of tax returns, this has come to pass. Because this is the situation, you may be required to wait for an advocate to return your call or react to the original inquiry that you made. Be advised that it may take up to four weeks to return your call or fulfill your request, so please be patient. TAS cannot express how much they value your collaboration.
Try a revised application form for TAS financial help.
You can always try to receive assistance again through the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS), even if the Internal Revenue Service has not answered or the local IRS office does not offer the particular tax aid you require.
The quickest approach is to send it by fax. Similarly, TAS asks that you complete this application and return it to the TAS office serving your region as soon as possible. Taxpayer Advocate Service Publication 1546 is referred to in this sentence. The TAS fax number may be found on Your Voice at the IRS, in your local phone book, on the Contact Us part of the TAS website, and on the About Us page of their website.
By telephone or by letter
You may also enter your information using this form if you prefer. Publication 1546 and our website and the phone book both include information on how to get in touch with your community’s Taxpayer Advocate. You may also contact the TAS at the following toll-free number:
In what circumstances would it be improper for someone to fill out this form?
You haven’t done all in your ability to acquire aid fast through the channels the Division mandates, and you haven’t established any administrative remedies for the situation.
You need to consult with a lawyer or tax expert, have a technical or legal tax finding reversed, or have a judgment from Conference & Appeals, the Tax Court, or another judicial body reviewed because it was unfavorable to you. All of these options are necessary because the judgment was negative to you.
You may also choose to speak with a tax professional for advice.
You are welcome to contact a tax relief specialist for a free consultation to decide the most appropriate actions for you. There is no assurance that the Taxpayer Advocate Service will be able to help you with your tax debt. Likely, the TAS won’t consider your issue because they don’t have enough people to do so. However, other trustworthy tax specialists might be of assistance to you. They are also familiar with the workings of the Internal Revenue Service, which enables them to counsel clients about the most effective strategies for lowering their tax burdens.