IRS Dispute Resolution & Collections

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Put knowledge and experience on your side, when you need it most.

Put knowledge and experience on your side, when you need it most.

When you have a dispute with IRS, building the best case to support your position can be a complex process. Intimate knowledge of the applicable laws, how the IRS has interpreted them and the consequences of those decisions all play a factor in supporting your case. An experienced specialist can help guide you through the examination and appeals process and find the best route to resolution.

Our professionals have experience working as attorneys for the IRS and are also CPAs. We know how to help tell your story so the IRS sees your position clearly and can make the correct determinations. You can face the IRS with confidence knowing you have trusted tax advice from an experienced team.

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October 14, 2018
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When a business engages in a restructure, merger, sale or acquisition of another business, proper planning is vital to obtaining the necessary information to fulfill various tax reporting requirements for the transaction.
September 18, 2018
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Get ahead of tax season with the Eide Bailly Tax Planning Guide. A supplemental strategy guide to help guide year-end and make the tax laws work for you.
June 7, 2018
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“I just received a notice from the IRS and they’re saying I owe a big penalty—what do I do?!” Our checklist outlines steps to consider as you make sense of IRS penalties.
March 22, 2018
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Without proper due diligence, business owners can find themselves in sticky situations. Compliance is important in every aspect of business, but it’s especially important to pay attention to the current issues that the IRS has in focus. The items…
December 27, 2017
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Information returns (we're talking 1099, W2, etc.) are an important piece of your year end planning. Aside from remembering all the important deadlines for these returns, there's also the issue of what happens when they are not filed correctly.…
December 27, 2017
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If you have employees who travel, it's time to pay attention as the standard mileage rates have changed for 2018. The IRS recently announced that business standard mileage rates for 2018 have increased to 54.5 cents per mile.

What is IRS Controversy?

Have you received a notice from the IRS? Are you being audited by the IRS? Are you facing current IRS penalties and owed interest? Eide Bailly National Tax Office professionals can help.
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