Will Your Next Tax Appeal be a Videoconference? Reviewed by Momizat on . More widespread use of videoconferencing could ease burdens on taxpayers who must meet in person with Internal Revenue Service Appeals personnel, but stringent More widespread use of videoconferencing could ease burdens on taxpayers who must meet in person with Internal Revenue Service Appeals personnel, but stringent Rating: 0
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Will Your Next Tax Appeal be a Videoconference?

More widespread use of videoconferencing could ease burdens on taxpayers who must meet in person with Internal Revenue Service Appeals personnel, but stringent privacy rules limit its use.  Joseph Brophy, CPA, ABV, explores what it would take to expand this service.

To read the full article in The Tax Adviser, click: Will Your Next Tax Appeal be a Videoconference?

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