Don’t Give Up When Dealing with the IRS

Dr Friday Tax Tips - One Minute Moment
Dr. Friday Tax Tips
Don't Give Up When Dealing with the IRS

Dr. Friday, president of Dr. Friday’s Tax and Financial Firm, offers valuable advice for those dealing with the IRS. She emphasizes the importance of persistence when communicating with the agency, noting that a single rejection letter doesn’t necessarily mean the case is closed. Dr. Friday encourages individuals to be tenacious and even consider taking their case to tax court if needed. She explains that in tax court, you’ll often deal with an IRS attorney who is well-versed in tax law and more likely to listen and make adjustments compared to the automated responses sometimes received from the IRS. If you find yourself struggling to navigate the IRS on your own, Dr. Friday invites you to reach out for assistance through her website,


G’day, I’m Dr. Friday, president of Dr. Friday’s Tax and Financial Firm. To get more info, go to This is a one minute moment.

If I could give you any advice about dealing with the IRS, it’s that basically one time isn’t always enough. Meaning if you send one letter and the IRS sends back a rejection, it doesn’t always mean the case is closed. You need to be a little bit more tenacious and even take it as far as tax court as far as dealing with the petitions. Because many times you’ll actually deal with an attorney that represents the IRS that knows the tax law. They’re more apt to listen, to adjust, versus sometimes you’re really dealing with a computer on some of these things. So don’t just give up if you’re dealing with the IRS on your own and you need help, you can also contact me at

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