IRS Collection Procedures 2022

Date: June 02, 2022
Time: 01:00 PM ET
Duration: 120 Minutes
Speaker: Samantha Galvin
CPE Credits : 2 (Taxes)



If you are a tax professional assisting a client or a taxpayer handling a case on your own with respect to unpaid taxes owed to the IRS, you will want to attend this session. Join us as we help you navigate the procedures when dealing with the IRS Collection Division.


In this practical and informative webinar, she will cover:

  • An overview of IRS Collection Notices, including which ones actually require a response
  • What to do if a Revenue Officer is assigned to your client’s case
  • How to stop a levy or garnishment
  • Evaluating collection alternatives
  • Preparing an offer in compromise
  • Requesting currently not collectable status
  • Different types of Installment Agreements
  • Dealing with a notice of federal tax lien
  • The benefits of requesting a Collection Due Process Hearing
  • How to handle cases with special circumstances
  • The ins and outs of collection forms and the most commonly requested types of substantiation
  • Compliance obligations after collections


Who should attend?

  • CPA
  • Other Tax Professionals
  • Finance Professionals
  • Business Owners


NASBA CPE Credits: 2

Level: Beginner

Program Prerequisites: None

Advance Preparation: None


This program has been approved for 2 CPE credits under NASBA.


Samantha Galvin

Samantha Galvin is an Associate Professor of the Practice of Taxation and the Director of the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) at the University of Denver. Professor Galvin has been teaching full-time for University of Denver’s Graduate Tax Program since 2013 and teaches courses in tax controversy representation, individual income tax, and tax research and writing. In the LITC, she teaches, supervises and assists students representing low income taxpayers with controversy and collection issues.

Professor Galvin specializes in individual income tax and tax controversy resolution matters. She has given numerous presentations to members of the LITC community and public interest organizations. She co-authored the Affordable Care Act chapter in the 7th and 8th Editions of the ABA Tax Section publication, “Effectively Representing Your Client Before the IRS,” and contributes monthly to Procedurally Taxing, a blog that addresses topics of interest for tax practitioners and academics.

Prior to joining the University of Denver faculty, Professor Galvin was a summer clerk at the United States Tax Court and an associate at an employee benefits and executive compensation consulting firm. Professor Galvin earned her J.D. and LL.M. (Taxation) from the University of Denver and her undergraduate degree from Eastern Illinois University.


This program has been approved for 2 CPE credits under NASBA.