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Taxpayer Advocate

- Resolving taxpayers’ problems with the Vermont Department of Taxes; recommending changes to prevent future problems.

When to Use These Services

A taxpayer may request Taxpayer Advocate services if there is an ongoing issue with the Vermont Department of Taxes that has not been resolved by normal, established procedures; or the application of the tax law will impose, or has imposed, a significant hardship.
Use the following guidelines to determine if you require Taxpayer Advocate services from a Department action:

You are suffering, or about to suffer, a significant hardship.

You face immediate threat of adverse action.

You will suffer irreparable injury or long-term adverse impact.

You experience a delay of more than 90 days to resolve an issue.

You have not received a response or resolution by the date promised.

 

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Taxpayer Advocate

 
Vermont Department of Taxes, 133 State Street, Montpelier, Vermont 05633-1401