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Q:  When can I appeal?

A: 

You have the right to an appeal if:

  • You believe you do not owe any tax, penalty, or interest assessed by the Department.
  • Your refund request was denied.
  • You received an adverse letter ruling from the Taxpayer Information and Education section of the Department.

You may also appeal:

  • A revoked business registration.
  • A revoked or suspended cigarette license.

Before you appeal, we encourage you to first request a conference with the supervisor of the Revenue employee who assessed the tax or denied your refund.

More information
Appeal Petition form (pdf)
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