Posted by David on October 25, 1997 at 16:00:16:
Dateline: May 27, 1997
1..Wife and I received a computerized, mathematicaly corrected,
CP2000 notice from the IRS stating that they were proposing a
change [increase] in our 1995 income tax based on monies reported
that were never received.
2..Knowing that we were required to answer their charge, I sent
a certified affidavit along with proof that they were wrong, to them,
along with an affidavit of questions, for our own edification of
course. Which was sent to Richard Marsh, District Service Director.
3..In June we received a notice from the chief of the underreporter
branch,IRS, Atlanta district demanding the same thing that was on the
original CP2000 letter sent in May. Not aa single question that we
originally sent was answered. Neither was the proof addrerssed which
showed clearly that we did not owe any further tax for that year.
We answered again, this letter, with a copy of the same affidavit
and proof, in a timely manner.
4..To make this short, this continued on up until August, a total
of seven times. Each time we responded within a timely manner.
They even went so far as to change the response times from 90-60-
30-15-10-0, days with each successive affidavit of response that
was sent. We have not, to this day, even received any of the
Green Cards, back from them.
A trace was filed with the USPS, and guess what, USPS sent back
all the trace requests with a memo stating that they cannot compel
the IRS to release any information on any mailings.
5.. On September 29 1997 we received a certified return reciept
NOTICE OF DEFICENCY letter from Mr. Richard Marsh, Atlanta Director,
with instructions, that of appeal to the US Tax Court, which we sent
in a timely manner. They gave us 152 days to appeal to the tax court.
Sink your teeth into the above and this question?
How the hell do we respon to the Tax Court on the Appeal.
As stated on the flag that was flown at the alamo;
"Go ahead, come and [F*&^%$G] take it."
(emphasis added, mine)
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