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Freedom Law School Beats the IRS in its own $700,000 Case

In December 2009, the IRS filed liens against Freedom Law School (FLS) totaling over $700,000. FLS requested for a Collection Due Process Hearing challenging the IRS' assessment and asking the IRS to prove that FLS owed this arbitrary $700,000. The IRS ignored FLS' arguments and erroneously ruled against FLS and issued a Notice of Determination.

FLS petitioned to the United States Tax Court where the IRS Attorney agreed to send FLS' case back to the IRS Appeals Office so FLS could challenge the arbitrary $700,000 that the IRS was claiming FLS owed. 

In November 2011, the IRS issued a Supplemental Notice of Determination (copy attached) and stated: "It has been determined that the tax assessments should be abated and the Notice of Federal Tax Lien withdrawn."

To add, in December 2011, the IRS withdrew the $700,000 lien against FLS (copy attached).

The IRS Appeals Office further ordered that the IRS withdraw all the liens against FLS (copy attached). In November 2012, the Tax Court solidified this by ruling in FLS' favor by reducing the $700,000 claim to ZERO! (see attached)


Case #1 - This is a case where the Tax Court ruled that the citizen owed the IRS a big, fat, ZERO! That is right ZERO!! This case is proof that it does not matter that the IRS and the courts call you a “taxpayer”. You CAN go to the Tax Court and win; have the court that you owe the IRS nothing!!! YOU should go to the Tax Court to beat the IRS; you can do it too, if you do it right, or have the right kind of education and assistance or representation.

In this case, IRS came after Karen MacManus for $3,548 plus penalties and interest for year 2006. Freedom Law School had previously educated and guided our Dream Team Members, David Wellington and (now retired) attorney Philip Putman to handle a case such as this one. At the end, the Tax Court Ruled that Karen owes nothing to the IRS.


Case #2 - Freedom Law School helped this Student Request a Collection Due Process Hearing and argue that the IRS did not send the Student a Notice of Deficiency, which the IRS is required to send. See the Final Notice of Intent to Levy and IRS’ determination that no Notice of Deficiency was mailed to the Student and that the $350,000 tax assessment would be abated in full.


Case #3 - Freedom Law School helped this Student request a Collection Due Process Hearing. The IRS ruled against the Student and Freedom Law School helped the Student petition to Tax Court. The IRS admitted that they had illegally denied the Student a Collection Due Process Hearing and the IRS should give the Student a Collection Due Process Hearing. See the IRS Attorney’s request that the Student case be sent back down to the Collection Due Process Hearing stage so the IRS can properly give the Student a Collection Due Process Hearing.


Case #4 - In this case the IRS claimed that our Student, Kyle owed over $50,000 in taxes. The IRS admitted that the IRS was wrong and issued a Decision stating that  Kyle owed NOTHING to the IRS! Click here to see the Tax Court’s Decision, which states that the Student owed nothing to the IRS. 


Case #5 - In this case, the IRS claimed that our Student, Beverly, owed approximately $2000. Freedom Law School helped this Student Petition to Tax Court. The Tax Court issued a Decision stating that the Student owed NOTHING! Click here to see the Tax Court’s Decision, which states that the Student owed nothing to the IRS.


Case #6 - In this case the IRS sent our Student, John, a Final Notice of Intent to Levy, which claimed that John owed $160,000 in taxes. Freedom Law School helped John request for a Collection Due Process Hearing, where we argued that John had never received a Notice of Deficiency, which the IRS is required to send to taxpayer’s last known address by Certified Mail. The IRS issued a Notice of Determination, in which the IRS admitted that the IRS had not sent a Notice of Deficiency to the John’s last known address. Click here to view the Final Notice of Intent to Levy, which claims John owed $160,000 to the IRS. Click here to see the IRS’ Determination letter, which states that the IRS did not properly create and mail the Notice of Deficiency to the John.


Case #7 - In this case the IRS claimed that our Student, Linda owed more than $130,000 in taxes. The IRS admitted they were wrong and Linda got a refund of $180.00. Click here to see the IRS’ letter to the Student stating that the Student was not responsible for any additional tax or penalties. Click here to see the Tax Court’s Decision that there was no tax (the Tax Court calls it “deficiency”) owed by Linda.


Case#8 - In this case, Freedom Law School (FLS) assisted the student with correspondence to the IRS during the Collection Due Process Hearing. When the IRS issued a determination against the student, FLS assisted him in petitioning to the US Tax Court to appeal the IRS' erroneous determination. The IRS admitted that the student had not received the required Notice of Deficiency, and therefore should have been given the opportunity to challenge the tax liability. The Tax Court ORDERED the IRS to send the case back down to the IRS Appeals Office to give this student the opportunity to challenge the tax liability. Click here to see the Memorandum stating that the Student did not actually receive the Notice of Deficiency and should have been allowed to challenge the tax liability. Click here to see the Tax Court decision ordering the IRS to send the case back down to the IRS Appeals Office to give the student an opportunity to challenge the tax liability.

Peymon Mottahedeh
President - Freedom Law School
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 April 2016 09:51

 
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