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The Taxpayer Bill of Rights: 10 Fundamental Rights and the IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service

Updated: Feb 4

The IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) is an independent organization within the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that helps taxpayers resolve issues and navigate the complexities of the tax system. Acting as a voice for taxpayers, the TAS assists individuals and businesses facing financial difficulties, hardships, or disputes with the IRS. They provide free, confidential assistance to taxpayers who are experiencing significant hardship, including those who are experiencing delays in resolving their tax problems, facing financial hardship due to IRS actions, or experiencing systemic issues with the IRS. The TAS works to ensure that taxpayers are treated fairly and that their rights are protected throughout the tax process. They offer personalized assistance, advocacy, and guidance to help taxpayers understand their rights and responsibilities and resolve their tax issues effectively. The IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service is responsible for ensuring the taxpayer is informed of the taxpayer bill of rights.


Taxpayer Bill of Rights


IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service

The Taxpayer Bill of Rights: 10  Fundamental Rights and the IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service
The Taxpayer Bill of Rights: 10 Fundamental Rights and the IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service