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Do you know about Tax Court?

It isn’t the tax man cometh for thee, it is where you can request resolution on a tax issue.

You have a tax return audited and you don’t agree with the auditor’s findings – what do you do? Tax Court? No not yet. At this point you have the right to appeal the audit. The appeal is done and you still don’t agree with the results – what do you do? Tax Court? Yes! You can now take the matter to the U.S. Tax Court, a type of court that handles tax matters.

You can go to Tax Court regardless of whether you have already paid the additional taxes the Internal Revenue Service is demanding. So there is recourse, but going to court is time-consuming, and you will probably need to pay an attorney to represent you. If you win, you can ask the court to force the IRS to pay your legal expenses.

Have you received all of your filed returns? This may be hard to believe; however, there are tax returns that do not make it to the rightful owner. If you could be one of these people, do a search at CashUnclaimed.com and find out if there is money due you. There could also be money from a number of other sources within the state you live in or a previous state you resided in. This website will search both state and federal databases for the most comprehensive search with one entry of your name.

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