Appealing a Levy – The Office of the Taxpayer Advocate

Filing an application with the office of the Taxpayer Advocate is a third method of administrative appeal of a proposed levy. The Taxpayer Advocate or his designee can issue a Taxpayer Assistance Order (TAO) based on a determination that the taxpayer is suffering or is about to suffer a significant hardship as a result of the way in which the tax laws are being administered by IRS. Relief can include suspension of collection actions and release of a levy.

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