Who needs IRS 911 form?
This form is usually used by taxpayers who have problems with the IRS. The form is forwarded to the Taxpayer Advocate Service, which will represent your interests as a taxpayer when dealing with the IRS.
What is the IRS 911 form?
Taxpayers often experience difficulties with the ISR including financial problems that thread their business. If such a situation occurs, you can fill out this request and ask the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) for assistance. The information in this form is used to carry out the Internal Revenue laws of the US.
What documents must accompany the IRS 911 form?
Taxpayers have to include the copy of the tax form with which they have problems. If the authorized representatives fill out the request, a copy of the power of attorney must be attached (Form 8821, Form 2848).
When is the IRS 911 form due?
The taxpayer should submit the request any time he experiences problems with the IRS. The TAS usually responds in a week. If you don’t hear from them, contact the TAS office where the request has been sent.
What information should be provided in the IRS 911 form?
While filling out the form, the taxpayer will add the following information:
Name, SSN, ITIN, EIN; name of the spouse, SSN, ITIN, EIN
Address, fax number, email address
Number of the tax form (1040, 941, 720 or other)
Time for calling
Person to contact
Information about the confidential information
Description of the tax problem
Description of the needed assistance
The taxpayer and the spouse also must sign and date the request.
The Section II of the form is filled out by the representative of the taxpayer and Section III - be the initiating IRS official.
What do I do with the form after its completion?
The completed and signed form with all the required attachments is forwarded to the local TAS office.