Form 911 2022 Printable, Fillable PDF – The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) represents you before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). If you’re in need of assistance, TAS may be able to assist you.
I am having difficulty with the Internal Revenue Service and:
- Your dispute with the IRS is causing financial hardship for you, your family, or your business;
- You are facing (or your company is facing) an immediate threat of negative action; or you are a victim of identity theft.
- You’ve tried to contact the IRS several times, but no one has responded, or the IRS hasn’t responded by the deadline you were given.
If an IRS office refuses to provide you with the assistance you’ve requested or fails to provide you with assistance in time to prevent injury, you may file this form. The
While your request for help is being processed, the Taxpayer Advocate Service will normally recommend that the IRS cease certain operations (for example, auditing your tax returns).
For example, lien filings, levies, and seizures are all examples of civil actions.
Where Should This Form Be Sent?
- Fax is the most expedient technique. In every state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, there is a TAS office of some kind.
- This request should be sent to the Taxpayer Advocate’s office in the state or city where you now live. The fax number may be found on the website.
- Government listings may be found in your local telephone directory, on our website at www.irs.gov/advocate, or in Publication 1546, which is available at your local library.
- The Taxpayer Advocate Service is your representative before the Internal Revenue Service.
- Please be sure to complete the form fully and send it to the Taxpayer Advocate office that is closest to you so that we may begin working on your claim.
What Happens Next Is A Mystery
If you have not received a response from us within one week of filing Form 911, please contact the TAS office where you submitted the form. You are able to The phone number may be found at www.irs.gov/advocate.
Keep in mind that by completing this form, you are enabling the Taxpayer Advocate Service to contact third parties on your behalf. Important Information
We may be required to contact other parties as may be required to reply to your request, and you may not be notified of these interactions in the future. For additional information, please visit our website. See IRC 7602 for further information (c).
Be advised that the IRS will not take into consideration any frivolous arguments submitted on this application form. You may discover instances of frivolous lawsuits on the internet. In Publication 2105, the authors provide a case for What is the purpose of paying taxes? If you use this form to make baseless claims, you may be subject to disciplinary action. A $5,000 fine will be imposed.
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If you have any questions or concerns about the accuracy of this time estimate, or if you have any recommendations for making this form easier to use, please write to:
The Internal Revenue Service’s Tax Products Coordinating Committee is located at 1111 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20224, in Room 6406 of the building.