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What Is an IRS Collection Due Process Hearing?

An IRS Collection Due Process hearing is a formal meeting between a taxpayer and the IRS to discuss the collection of taxes owed. The purpose of the hearing is to provide the taxpayer with an opportunity to appeal the IRS's decision to collect taxes through seizure of property or wage garnishment.

The taxpayer has the burden of proving that the IRS's decision to collect taxes is incorrect. To do this, the taxpayer must show that he or she does not owe the taxes, that the amount of taxes owed is incorrect, or that collection of the taxes would create an undue hardship.

If the taxpayer is successful in proving one of these grounds, the IRS may agree to waive collection of the taxes owed. If the IRS does not agree to waive collection, the taxpayer can still request a payment plan or offer in compromise.

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