File the forms with the Tax Court but do not pay the $60. In a few weeks, you should get a phone call asking for permission to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction. This is what you want, so confirm permission. Then you should receive an Order showing the IRS lacks jurisdiction. Now, you have LEVERAGE when dealing with IRS issues and employers.
Thanks, I can open it but not sure how to fill in the blanks.
For example on petitions :
1. Check "Notice of Deficiency and Notice of Determination Concerning Collection Action"?
2. Provide dates of Notices ?
3. Provide years Notice was issued? Go back to the year 2000 up to 2017?
4. Which box to check?
5. Explain why you disagree? Never received Notice of Deficiency
6. State the facts?
Enclosures: check the appropriate box?
Statement of Taxpayer ID
Not sure if there is example filled out somewhere else.