IRS Final Determination
Texas Attorney | Tax Disputes
At Bailey & Galyen, when you seek our help to resolve an IRS tax dispute, attorney David Jordan will work with you every step of the way until you receive final determination. Mr. Jordan’s 25-year career in the Office of the IRS Chief Counsel, his experience as Ernst & Young’s National Director of their Federal Tax Practice Group and the years spent managing our firm’s tax department have uniquely prepared him to fight for your rights and protect your best interests.
As you move through the legal channels to arrive at a viable solution for your tax controversy, whether the IRS accepts an offer in compromise, agrees to a payment plan or grants innocent spouse relief, eliminates your tax debt or reaches another form of resolution, the final step in the process is a final determination letter, and you can finally breath a sigh of relief.
When you owe IRS back taxes, interest and penalties, and need trusted legal guidance to plan a strategy for successful resolution of your obligation, contact the tax department at Bailey & Galyen at to arrange a consultation and explore how an attorney/client relationship with our law firm can make a crucial difference in the outcome of your situation and an IRS final determination.
Law Change to Revise the Definition of “Final Determination” by The Federal Government – New Definition Effective as of January 1, 2004.
The IRS code (Sec. 6443) specifies exemptions from levy, which include, but are not limited to:
A final federal determination means there is no further administrative or judicial appeal. Changes in federal taxable income resulting from a closing agreement, an offer in compromise or any similar agreement executed on or after January 1, 2004 constitute a final determination of a change by the federal government. An agreement may constitute a final determination whether or not any audit or other review is complete with respect to issues not addressed in the agreement.