The Internal Revenue Service today encouraged business taxpayers, associations and other interested parties to submit to the Industry Issue Resolution (IIR) Program tax issues for resolution involving a controversy, a dispute or a potentially unnecessary burden on business taxpayers. You can contact a licensed IRS problem solver such as an EA Enrolled Agent, CPA, tax attorney or a tax lawyer.
You can contact Mike Habib, EA at 877-788-2937, he is an experienced IRS tax problem solver and can represent taxpayers in all 50 states. The objective of the IIR program is to resolve business tax issues common to significant numbers of taxpayers through new and improved guidance. In past years, issues have been submitted by associations and others representing both small and large business taxpayers, resulting in tax guidance that has affected thousands of taxpayers.
Either represent yourself, or retain the services of a tax relief IRS problem solver. Recent submissions for inclusion in the IIR program and examples of guidance issued as a result of the IIR Program can be found on www.IRS.gov.
For each issue selected, an IIR team of IRS and Treasury personnel gather relevant facts from taxpayers or other interested parties affected by the issue. The goal is to recommend guidance to resolve the issue. This benefits both taxpayers and the IRS by saving time and expense that would otherwise be expended on resolving the issue through examinations. You can contact a licensed IRS tax problem solver such as an EA Enrolled Agent, CPA, tax attorney or a tax lawyer at 877-788-2937.
IIR project selections are based on the criteria set forth in Revenue Procedure 2003-36. For each issue selected, a multi-functional team of IRS, Chief Counsel and Treasury personnel will be assembled. The teams will gather and analyze the relevant facts from industry groups and taxpayers for each issue and recommend guidance.
Requests for guidance on tax issues under the IIR program can be submitted at any time to IIR@irs.gov. Submissions received are reviewed semi-annually with selections next being made from issues submitted by Sept. 1, 2011.
For example, in April the IRS and the Treasury Department published guidance under the IRS’s Industry Issue Resolution (IIR) program for several significant issues affecting the telecommunications and retail industries. You can contact a licensed IRS problem solver such as an EA Enrolled Agent, CPA, tax attorney or a tax lawyer at 877-788-2937.
These telecommunication issues included the proper treatment of unit of property for network assets, and the appropriate asset class for wireless telecommunications assets.
Since its inception in 2000, the IIR program has resulted in resolution of many different tax issues cumulatively affecting thousands of taxpayers in many different lines of business. For each issue selected, a multi-functional team gathers and analyzes the relevant facts and recommends guidance.
At any time, business associations and taxpayers may submit tax issues that they believe could be resolved through the IIR program. IIR project selection criteria and submission procedures are outlined in Revenue Procedure 2003-36, which is available on the IRS website, www.irs.gov. While issues may be submitted for consideration for inclusion in the IIR program at anytime, submissions must be received by Aug. 31 for the summer screening of submissions. You can contact a licensed IRS problem solver such as an EA Enrolled Agent, CPA, tax attorney or a tax lawyer at 877-788-2937.
IRS problem solver Mike Habib represent taxpayers in areas such as Los Angeles, Whittier, Pasadena, Glendale, Burbank, Orange County, Riverside, Palm Springs, San Bernardino, Palmdale, Bakersfield, New York, New Jersey, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San Jose, Detroit, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, San Francisco, Columbus, Austin, Memphis, Fort Worth, Baltimore, Charlotte, El Paso, Boston, Seattle, Washington DC, Milwaukee, Denver, Louisville, Jefferson, Las Vegas, Reno, Hempstead, Tucson, Nashville, Davidson, Portland, Tucson, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Anchorage, Atlanta, Long Beach, Fresno, Sacramento, Mesa, Kansas City, Cleveland, Virginia Beach, Omaha, Miami, Oakland, Tulsa, Honolulu, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, Colorado Springs, Arlington, Wichita, Birmingham, Montgomery, Tampa, Orlando