Navigating IRS Rejections: Persistence Pays Off

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Dr. Friday Tax Tips
Navigating IRS Rejections: Persistence Pays Off

Summary: In this insightful episode of ‘Dr. Friday Tax Tips – One Minute Moment,’ Dr. Friday, a seasoned tax expert, shares vital advice on dealing with the IRS, emphasizing the importance of persistence. She explains that a single rejection from the IRS doesn’t spell the end of a case. Instead, she urges taxpayers to be tenacious, suggesting that even taking the matter to tax court can be beneficial. Dr. Friday highlights that dealing with the IRS often involves negotiating with computers, but persistence can lead to discussions with attorneys knowledgeable in tax law who are more likely to adjust decisions. For those struggling to navigate IRS communications on their own, Dr. Friday offers her expertise, available through her website. The episode also invites listeners to tune into the Dr. Friday call-in show every Saturday for more tax insights.


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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