Your top 10 rights as a taxpayer

Nightmare: you've been called to a meeting with an IRS agent to discuss your tax return, and you can't afford professional help. Did you know that you could have someone help you at low cost or even free? It's one of your rights as a U.S. taxpayer.

You may know about the Bill of Rights, but were you aware that the IRS also has a Bill of Rights for your benefit? Here are your ten fundamental rights known as the Taxpayer Bill of Rights:

Each right has a secondary link on the IRS website that explains it in greater detail. Read all about these rights, and make sure to understand them when you are engaged in dealings with the IRS. We hope that you will never have a reason to remind the IRS of any of these rights.

Originally Posted at: http://www.moneytips.com/your-top-10-rights-as-a-taxpayer

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