Internal Revenue Service - Minnesota Offices
Taxpayer Advocate Service
30 7th St E, Ste 817, Stop 1005 Stp, St. Paul, MN, 55101
Distance: 1032 Miles
An ombudsman is a neutral party who investigates consumer complaints. They work with both the consumer and the organization to resolve consumer issues and improve customer service.
This independent organization within the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is here to protect your rights as a taxpayer, and help you with tax problems you can't resolve on your own.
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DD-1500.4150-800State Government Complaints/Ombudsman Offices Definition
Programs such as governmental, departmental or nonprofit ombudsman offices that provide assistance for people who want to register complaints about or have other issues which relate to the activities, actions or lack of action by public officials or civil service employees in state government offices or the agencies they regulate and/or fund. Also included are programs that handle complaints about the availability and quality of state government services. The program provides an objective, neutral and independent review of complaints; offers reasonable remedies when complaints are substantiated; and uses information from the complaints and the investigations they trigger to identify and resolve problems within the agency or department and improve services.
DT-8400.8400Tax Appeals Filing Assistance Definition
Programs that help people file appeals with the appropriate tax authorities and/or represent them in appeals hearings in situations where they disagree with a decision by a tax examiner regarding the assessment of business taxes, personal income taxes, bank and corporate taxes, sales taxes, property taxes or other taxes, their eligibility for special tax credits or exemptions, or the administration of tax rebate programs.
DT-8400.8700Taxpayer Advocate Services Definition
Programs that provide advocacy services for people who have an ongoing tax issue with the IRS or other tax collection agencies that they have been unable to resolve through normal procedures. Included are agencies within the IRS or other tax collection agencies tasked with this responsibility and independent organizations that offer this form of assistance.
DT-8700.8650Taxpayer Information Lines Definition
Programs that provide telephone information for taxpayers who want to listen to prerecorded information about any of a variety of tax types, order tax forms, check the status of their refund, establish a monthly payment plan for outstanding tax liabilities, get information about available tax assistance programs, obtain assistance in completing their tax forms or request information or assistance on other related issues. Also included are organizations that make tax information available via a website on the Internet.