Freedom Law School Victories
Victory #1 - Law Professor Siegel's claim of the $300,000 Income Tax Reward of Freedom Law School
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Victory #3 - Freedom Law School Beats the IRS in its own $700,000 Case
In December 2009, the IRS filed liens against Freedom Law School (FLS) totaling over $700,000. FLS requested for a Collection Due Process Hearing challenging the IRS' assessment and asking the IRS to prove that FLS owed this arbitrary $700,000. The IRS ignored FLS' arguments and erroneously ruled against FLS and issued a Notice of Determination.
FLS petitioned to the United States Tax Court where the IRS Attorney agreed to send FLS' case back to the IRS Appeals Office so FLS could challenge the arbitrary $700,000 that the IRS was claiming FLS owed.
In November 2011, the IRS issued a Supplemental Notice of Determination (copy attached) and stated: "It has been determined that the tax assessments should be abated and the Notice of Federal Tax Lien withdrawn."
To add, in December 2011, the IRS withdrew the $700,000 lien against FLS (copy attached).
The IRS Appeals Office further ordered that the IRS withdraw all the liens against FLS (copy attached). In November 2012, the Tax Court solidified this by ruling in FLS' favor by reducing the $700,000 claim to ZERO! (see attached)