Student Victories Against the IRS

Freedom Law School Beats IRS for Attempting To Steal Home

Victory #1 – 1997, Student's Home returned after IRS illegally seized and sold it to someone else.

Victory #2 2004, Stopped the IRS from stealing the Student's house that he lived in.

Freedom Law School Beats IRS for Illegally Taking Money

Victory #12004, Stopped the IRS from stealing money while Student was in the Collection Due Process (CDP) Hearing

Victory #2 2008, Court Ordered the return of money that was stolen while Student was in the Collection Due Process Hearing

Victory #3 – 2008, The IRS sent the Final Notice of Intent to Levy and the Notice of Federal Tax Lien to the wrong address

Victory #4 2008, IRS started taking 100% of our Student’s Social Security.

Victory #5 2008, IRS levied our Student Social Security Benefits without issuing a Final Notice of Intent to Levy.

Victory #6 2011, IRS illegally issued a Notice of Levy against the Student when she was in an appeals process.

Victory #7 – 2012, While this student was still in a Collection Due Process Hearing, the IRS issued an illegal levy

Victory #8 – 2012, IRS is not allowed to levy if an individual is in an active appeals process

Victory #9 – 2012, IRS sent the Notice of Intent to Levy to the wrong address

Victory #10 – 2012, The IRS issued a Supplemental Notice of Determination and removed the $5,000 frivolous penalty against Student.

Victory #11 – 2012, IRS is not allowed to levy if an individual is in an active appeals process.

Freedom Law School Beats IRS' Illegal Tax Claims

Victory #1 – 2006, Tax Court ruled that the citizen owed the IRS a big, fat, ZERO! That is right ZERO!!

Victory #2 – 2008, IRS admitted that they had illegally denied the Student a Collection Due Process Hearing

Victory #3 – 2008, IRS did not properly create and mail the Notice of Deficiency

Victory #4 – 2009, Tax Court’s Decision, which states that the Student owed nothing to the IRS.

Victory #5 – 2009, Tax Court’s Decision, which states that the Student owed nothing to the IRS.

Victory #6 – 2009, $350,000 tax assessment would be abated in full.

Victory #7 – 2009, Tax Court’s Decision that there was no tax (the Tax Court calls it “deficiency”)

Victory #8 – 2010, The Tax Court ORDERED the IRS to send the case back down to the IRS Appeals Office

Freedom Law School Beats IRS for Not Following Proper Procedures

Victory #1 – 2003, Freedom Law School assisted, in this case, to stop the IRS from taking close to $20,000

Victory #2 – 2008, Freedom Law School helped this Student request a Collection Due Process Hearing.

Victory #3 – 2009, IRS attempted to levy our Student’s wages without issuing a Final Notice of Intent to Levy

Victory #4 – 2010, Leon contacted Peymon and Freedom Law School following an assessment of taxes for over $4.6 million

Victory #5 – 2010, The IRS reduced the erroneous $555,000 assessment to $0!

Victory #6 – 2011, This case is a DOUBLE victory for Freedom Law School!!!

Victory #7 – 2012, The IRS reduced the erroneous $53,000 tax assessment to ZERO!!!