[Infographic] The Taxpayer Bill of Rights

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Written by Amber Westover | Last Updated February 24th, 2020
Amber is currently a Digital Marketing Strategist at Best Company. She is passionate about learning and researching. Her interests include traveling, eating sushi, painting, and reading Agatha Christie novels.

(This article is 1 of 15 chapters in The Definitive Guide to IRS Debt Forgiveness. Return to the guide to get the full explanation of IRS Debt Forgiveness.)

In 2014, the IRS adopted the Taxpayer Bill of Rights. These 10 statements outline the basic rights of every taxpayer. It is posted in advocates offices, low-income clinics, and taxpayer assistance centers.

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Source: https://taxpayeradvocate.irs.gov/about-tas/taxpayer-rights

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