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What is IRS?

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is the federal agency charged with collecting taxes and enforcing tax laws in the United States. It is part of the Department of the Treasury, and is responsible for the administration, assessment, collection, and enforcement of taxes. This includes both income taxes imposed by the federal government, as well as those imposed by states and localities. The IRS also performs information reporting, monitors the filing compliance of tax obligations, and performs fraud investigations. Appraisal reports generated as part of the IRS estate tax return can be used to document the fair market value of a deceased person's estate for estate tax filing purposes. This information can be extremely important if the estate is subject to estate tax.

Why do I need an appraisal for IRS?

An appraisal is necessary to support the value that you assign to a particular asset for income tax purposes. The IRS requires appraisals for any property that is expected to determine the taxable footing of income or capital gain/loss. An appraisal is important to demonstrate that you have reported the correct asset value in your records, to prove that you have acted in good faith in obtaining the property, and to show that you have not ignored established market rates with artificially inflated values. In addition, the appraisal will provide the IRS with evidence of the fair market value of the asset being reported. The appraisal should also include detailed analysis of the specific characteristics of the asset, comparable sales data, and a final conclusion of market value. An appraisal should be performed by a qualified professional with expertise in the relevant type of property. By adhering to these guidelines, you will have an accurate appraisal that can be used as evidence to support your income tax filing. *Please note that AppraiseItNow does not provide tax advice*

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