Strategies for Dealing with the IRS: Alternative Dispute Resolution
This video is the third in a four-part series on Jones Day's approach to dealing with the IRS. In it, partner Chuck Hodges discusses stage three - the IRS post-appeal mediation process, in which the taxpayer and appeals office attempt to reach a settlement through a mediator. He also describes the advantages of the mediation process and the types of issues that mediators can address such as statutory interpretation and valuation.
Watch other videos in our Strategies for Dealing with the IRS series.
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