Prior to the establishment of the current office, the IRS had a problem resolution program to assist taxpayers in dealing with the IRS.
What does PRP stand for?
PRP stands for Problem Resolution Program (IRS)
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We have 329 other meanings of PRP in our Acronym Attic
- Premium Reinforcement Pulp (paper and pulp industry)
- Previously Rented Product
- Primary Residential Parent
- Prime Power (various companies)
- Prince's Rainforests Project (UK)
- Prion Protein
- Prior Reference Price
- Probability and Random Processes (mathematics; book)
- Probability Ranking Principle (information retrieval)
- Probable Prime (mathematics; number theory)
- Product Realization Process
- Product Replacement Plan (2 year replacement product plan offered at Best Buy stores)
- Production Readiness Plan
- Production Requirements Plan (US Navy)
- Productivity Retention Program
- Professional Registered Parliamentarian
- Proficiency Registration Program
- Profit Recovery Partners LLC (California)
- Program Requirements Package
- Program Review Panel
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In a related matter, the National Taxpayer Advocate (in his 1998 report to Congress) indicated that a significant portion of Problem Resolution Program cases involve interest abatement matters.
PROBLEM RESOLUTION PROGRAM The problem resolution program (PRP) was created in 1977 to help taxpayers when regular contact with the IRS failed to resolve their problems.
The Problem Resolution Program (PRP) was created in 1977 with the vision of establishing an entity to solve taxpayers' problems when regular contact with the IRS fails to resolve their issues.
TEI has long regarded the IRS's problem resolution program as one of the agency's success stories, and we believe increased attention should be given to promoting the independence and effectiveness of the Taxpayer Advocate.