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TXCPA Committee: Taxpayers' Rights are Best Served Through In-Person Appeals Conferences

This week, TXCPA’s Federal Tax Policy Committee replied to the IRS Independent Office of Appeals’ invitation on best practices for conducting video conferences with taxpayers and tax professionals. Although virtual conferences are a viable alternative when everyone is familiar with the technology tools, the committee strongly believes that taxpayers’ rights are best served by continuing to conduct in-person appeals as a preference. If, however, the taxpayer and representative choose a virtual meeting, the committee recommends that the names and roles of all participating parties – on or off camera – be prominently disclosed to ensure transparency and fairness.

https://www.tx.cpa/docs/librariesprovider15/advocacy/tax/2022/enhancing-video-options.pdf?sfvrsn=6b61aab1_3

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