Federal Collection Appeal Request
Extracted from PDF file 2018-federal-form-9423.pdf, last modified October 2014
Collection Appeal RequestForm Department of the Treasury - Internal Revenue Service 9423 Collection Appeal Request (August 2014) (Instructions are on the reverse side of this form) 1. Taxpayer’s name 2. Representative (Attach a copy of Form 2848, Power of Attorney) 3. SSN/EIN 4. Taxpayer’s business phone 5. Taxpayer’s home phone 6. Representative’s phone 7. Taxpayer’s street address 8. City 9. State 10. ZIP code 11. Type of tax (Tax form) 12. Tax periods being appealed 13. Tax due Collection Action(s) Appealed 14. Check the Collection action(s) you are appealing Federal Tax Lien Levy or Proposed Levy Seizure Rejection of Installment Agreement Termination of Installment Agreement Modification of Installment Agreement Explanation 15. Explain why you disagree with the collection action(s) you checked above and explain how you would resolve your tax problem. Attach additional pages if needed. Attach copies of any documents that you think will support your position. Generally, the Office of Appeals will ask the Collection Function to review, verify and provide their opinion on any new information you submit. We will share their comments with you and give you the opportunity to respond. Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this request and any accompanying documents, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, they are true, correct and complete. A submission by a representative, other than the taxpayer, is based on all information of which the representative has any knowledge. 16. Taxpayer’s or Authorized Representative’s signature (Only check one box) 17. Date signed IRS USE ONLY 18. Revenue Officer's name 19. Revenue Officer's signature 20. Date signed 21. Revenue Officer's phone 22. Revenue Officer's email address 23. Date received 24. Collection Manager’s name 25. Collection Manager’s signature 26. Date signed 27. Collection Manager’s phone 28. Collection Manager’s email address 29. Date received Form 9423 (Rev. 8-2014) Catalog Number 14169I www.irs.gov Department of the Treasury - Internal Revenue Service Instructions for Form 9423, Collection Appeal Request For Liens, Levies, Seizures, and Rejection, Modification or Termination of Installment Agreements A taxpayer, or third party whose property is subject to a collection action, may appeal the following actions under the Collection Appeals Program (CAP): a. Levy or seizure action that has been or will be taken. b. A Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) that has been or will be filed. c. The filing of a notice of lien against an alter-ego or nominee's property. d. Denials of requests to issue lien certificates, such as subordination, withdrawal, discharge or non-attachment. e. Rejected, proposed for modification or modified, or proposed for termination or terminated installment agreements. f. Disallowance of taxpayer's request to return levied property under IRC 6343(d). g. Disallowance of property owner's claim for return of property under IRC 6343(b). How to Appeal If You Disagree With a Lien, Levy, or Seizure Action 1. If you disagree with the decision of the IRS employee, and wish to appeal, you must first request a conference with the employee's manager. If you do not resolve your disagreement with the Collection manager, submit Form 9423 to request consideration by Appeals. Let the Collection office know within two (2) business days after the conference with the Collection manager that you plan to submit Form 9423. The Form 9423 must be received or postmarked within three (3) business days of the conference with the Collection manager or collection action may resume. NOTE: If you request an appeal after IRS makes a seizure, you must appeal to the Collection manager within 10 business days after the Notice of Seizure is provided to you or left at your home or business. 2. If you request a conference and are not contacted by a manager or his/her designee within two (2) business days of making the request, you can contact Collection again or submit Form 9423. If you submit Form 9423, note the date of your request for a conference in Block 15 and indicate that you were not contacted by a manager. The Form 9423 should be received or postmarked within four (4) business days of your request for a conference as collection action may resume. 3. On the Form 9423, check the collection action(s) you disagree with and explain why you disagree. You must also explain your solution to resolve your tax problem. Submit Form 9423 to the Collection office involved in the lien, levy or seizure action. 4. In situations where the IRS action(s) are creating an economic harm or you want help because your tax problem has not been resolved through normal channels, you can reach the Taxpayer Advocate Service at 877-777-4778. How to Appeal An Installment Agreement Which Has Been Rejected, Proposed for Modification or Modified, or Proposed for Termination or Terminated 1. If you disagree with the decision regarding your installment agreement, you should appeal by completing a Form 9423, Collection Appeal Request. 2. You should provide it to the office or revenue officer who took the action regarding your installment agreement, within 30 calendar days. NOTE: A managerial conference is not required. However, it is strongly recommended a conference be held with the manager whenever possible. IMPORTANT: Never forward your request for an Appeals conference directly to Appeals. It must be submitted to the office which took the action on your installment agreement. What Will Happen When You Appeal Your Case Normally, we will stop the collection action(s) you disagree with until your appeal is settled, unless we have reason to believe that collection or the amount owed is at risk. You May Have a Representative You may represent yourself at your Appeals conference or you may be represented by an attorney, certified public accountant or a person enrolled to practice before the IRS. If you want your representative to appear without you, you must provide a properly completed Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative. You can obtain Form 2848 from your local IRS office, by calling 1-800-829-3676, or by going to www.irs.gov. Decision on the Appeal Once Appeals makes a decision regarding your case, that decision is binding on both you and the IRS. You cannot obtain a judicial review of Appeals' decision following a CAP. However, there may be other opportunities to obtain administrative or judicial review of the issue raised in the CAP hearing. For example, a third party may contest a wrongful levy by filing an action in district court. See Publication 4528, Making an Administrative Wrongful Levy Claim Under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 6343(b). Note: Providing false information, failing to provide all pertinent information or fraud will void Appeals' decision. Refer to Publication 594, The IRS Collection Process, and Publication 1660, Collection Appeal Rights, for more information regarding the Collection Appeals Program. Copies of these publications can be obtained online at www.irs.gov. Privacy Act The information requested on this Form is covered under Privacy Acts and Paperwork Reduction Notices which have already been provided to the taxpayer. Form 9423 (Rev. 8-2014) Catalog Number 14169I www.irs.gov Department of the Treasury - Internal Revenue Service
Form 9423 (Rev. 8-2014)
More about the Federal Form 9423 Corporate Income Tax TY 2018
We last updated the Collection Appeal Request in February 2019, so this is the latest version of Form 9423, fully updated for tax year 2018. You can download or print current or past-year PDFs of Form 9423 directly from TaxFormFinder. You can print other Federal tax forms here.
Other Federal Corporate Income Tax Forms:
|Form Code||Form Name|
|Form 941||Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return|
|Form 9465||Installment Agreement Request|
|990 (Schedule O)||Supplemental Information to Form 990 or 990-EZ|
|Form 1120-H||U.S. Income Tax Return for Homeowners Associations|
|Form 4562||Depreciation and Amortization (Including Information on Listed Property)|
The Internal Revenue Service usually releases income tax forms for the current tax year between October and January, although changes to some forms can come even later. We last updated Federal Form 9423 from the Internal Revenue Service in February 2019.
About the Corporate Income Tax
The IRS and most states require corporations to file an income tax return, with the exact filing requirements depending on the type of company.
Sole proprietorships or disregarded entities like LLCs are filed on Schedule C (or the state equivalent) of the owner's personal income tax return, flow-through entities like S Corporations or Partnerships are generally required to file an informational return equivilent to the IRS Form 1120S or Form 1065, and full corporations must file the equivalent of federal Form 1120 (and, unlike flow-through corporations, are often subject to a corporate tax liability).
Additional forms are available for a wide variety of specific entities and transactions including fiduciaries, nonprofits, and companies involved in other specific types of business.
Historical Past-Year Versions of Federal Form 9423
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Form 9423 (Rev. 8-2014)
Form 9423 (Rev. 8-2014)
Form 9423 (Rev. 8-2014)
Form 9423 (Rev. 8-2014)
Form 9423 (Rev. 5-2012)
Form 9423 (Rev. 01-1999)
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