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IRS Letter 915: Your Guide to Tax Adjustment Resolutions

A notice from the IRS regarding adjustments in the amount of tax owed can be a source of concern. One such notice is Letter 915 – Examination Report Transmittal. In this blog post, we will delve into the key aspects of Letter 915, explain your options for responding to the adjustments, and highlight how Priority Tax Relief can assist you in navigating this process with expertise and ease.

Navigate tax adjustment with confidence

When you receive Letter 915 from the IRS, it’s crucial to grasp its significance and the information it provides. This letter acts as a vital communication, specifically explaining the proposed adjustments in the amount of tax owed. It outlines the changes made to your tax return, providing essential details to help you navigate the process effectively. Upon receiving Letter 915, you will find yourself faced with two primary options: agreement or appeal. Each option carries its own implications and requires careful consideration as you determine the best course of action.

Choosing Between Acceptance or Appeal with IRS Letter 915

If you agree with the adjustments proposed in the letter, you can sign and return the agreement form provided. However, it is essential to carefully review the proposed changes before accepting them. On the other hand, if you do not agree with the adjustments, Letter 915 provides you with the opportunity to file a request for appeal or protest. This involves challenging the proposed adjustments and presenting your case to the office or individual who sent you the letter. We will guide you through the necessary steps to file a protest within the 30-day timeframe specified in the letter. Timely action is crucial to appeal the proposed adjustments with the Independent Office of Appeals. Priority Tax Relief can provide expert guidance and support throughout this process, ensuring that your appeal is presented effectively and maximizing your chances of a successful resolution.

Empowering Solutions with IRS Letter 915

Navigating IRS Letter 915 may initially appear overwhelming, but armed with a comprehensive understanding of your choices and the expert support of Priority Tax Relief, you can confidently tackle the proposed tax adjustments. Whether you choose to agree with the adjustments or pursue an appeal, taking timely action is vital. If you require further information or expert assistance, do not hesitate to contact Priority Tax Relief. Take control of your tax situation, secure the relief you deserve, and rest assured that you have the resources to advocate for your rights and achieve a favorable resolution.

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 The simple answer is no. A business and a person are completely separate, thus, any personal tax debts or liabilities should not affect your business.

Tax debt can be an exhausting and complicated thing to deal with on your own. Communicating with the IRS and professionally handling your tax liabilities are just two of the services companies like Priority Tax Relief can offer.

No. The IRS’s Innocent Spouse Relief protects you from paying these additional taxes. However, this does not relieve you from household employment taxes, business taxes, individual joint responsibility payments etc. Priority Tax Relief helps you learn more about innocent spouse relief.

The most popular option to date would be an Offer In Compromise (OIC). At Priority Tax Relief, we help tax relief help become more accessible to taxpayers in need and help them understand how they can qualify for these options.

IRS tax liens are legal claims on your property when you do not settle your tax debts. The IRS usually sends out a notice when no payment has been made after a liability assessment. Find out more about tax liens with Priority Tax Relief.

Yes. Not only can the IRS put a claim on all your current property, tax liens can also affect any property or intangible or tangible assets that you obtain in the future. At Priority Tax Relief, we help you understand federal tax liens and how to communicate with the IRS.


Tax levies are the actual seizure of your property and are different from legal claims or tax liens. Settle your taxes before the IRS sends out a notice. Priority Tax Relief helps you understand tax levies and how you can avoid them.

Yes. Not only can they seize physical property but they can also legally take hold of the money in your bank account and other wages. To avoid this from happening, contact Priority Tax Relief now.

Your debt will, unfortunately, continue to grow and you will possibly lose a great number of your assets. It is definitely a scenario we do not wish to see happen to anyone, that’s why Priority Tax Relief makes sure that our help becomes within reach.

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