Frequently asked questions about informal conferences and ex parte communications can be found here.
- What is an administrative hearing?
- I received an assessment for an LDR report. Can I request a conference?
- I scheduled an informal conference. Does interest continue to run on my proposed assessment? Can the state take any other actions against me?
- What should I do to prepare for my informal conference?
- When is an informal conference not allowed?
- When is an informal conference typically not necessary?
- When should I request an informal conference?
- What is the role of a hearing officer in an informal conference?
- Do I have to have someone represent me at the conference?
- Who will attend the informal conference?
- Where are informal conferences held?
- How long does it take the Department of Revenue to schedule an informal conference after I have requested one?
- How much does an informal conference cost?
- How long do I have to request an informal conference after I receive a Notice of Proposed Assessment?
- What is the Taxpayer Bill of Rights?
- How do I request an informal conference?
- Who is eligible for an informal conference?
- What is an informal conference?
- Am I required to participate in every conversation between the hearing officer and the auditor?
- How will I be given the opportunity to participate in a communication between the hearing officer and the auditor?
- Can the taxpayer talk to the auditor without the hearing officer present?
- Can the taxpayer discuss issues with the hearing officer outside of the conference?
- What are some examples of ex parte communications?
- What ex parte communications are prohibited in informal conferences? What kinds are permitted?
- What is an ex parte communication?
- Where can I find the law that governs communications in informal conferences?
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