Tuesday, July 5, 2011

IRS Problems -- When the IRS Comes to Your Door, Avoid Panicky Babbling -- Get Professional Tax Representation


WHEN THE IRS COMES TO YOUR DOOR

 KNOCKS

OR

LEAVES A CARD




When an IRS Agent / IRS Revenue Officer comes knocking on your door, it will scare the "sweet patootie" out of you. While it’s certainly frightening to open your door to Uncle Sam’s representatives (and IRS Revenue Officers tend to use tricky tactics), you can come out ahead of the game if you’re careful and keep your panicky babbling to a minimum.
Today’s blog features the IRS door knocking approache and what to do when you find yourself faced with unanticipated visit by an IRS Revenue Officer. If you don't know, an IRS Revenue Officer would be the one with the gun, the badge and the handcuffs.
  1. Phone calls rather than notification letters are often utilized the IRS because they startle us into saying more than we should (i.e. “babbling”). Say nothing to the agent other than to request his or her contact info, inform the agent you’re represented by a Tax Attorney or a CPA or (and, if you’ve not done so, immediately hire one), and your representative will contact the IRS Agent / IRS Revenue Officer. 

  2. KEEP YOUR LIPS ZIPPED



  1. The IRS Agents and IRS Revenue Officers are highly skilled at extracting information and admissions from very nervous taxpayers who do not know their rights and who may think that being "forthcoming" (blabber mouth) is the best "way to go." It isn't. Any discussions with the IRS should be done by your professional representative (preferably a Tax Attorney).

THE IRS TENDS TO VISIT

ON

FRIDAYS

The IRS often times will visit their intended target on Fridays. The Revenue Officer will leave a card on your door. This will have a chilling affect on you and will have your anxiety level raised for the entire weekend. This is the intent. 

If the IRS Agent / IRS Revenue Officer catches you in (at your home or office), be aware that the IRS Officer is "eyeballing" everything. He is looking for assets. The IRS Revenue Officer is sizing you up for convertible assets that can be applied to your tax liability.

DID YOU MISS A DEADLINE



  1. Inflexible deadlines of 15 to 30 days must be responded to by that last date. You need to contact the IRS Agent / IRS Revenue Officer in writing and by certified mail asking for specifics as to what he/she wishes you to do. Again, it’s best your own representative (Tax Attorney or CPA) does the contacting on your behalf. The small amount you spend on this service may save you worlds of money in the long run.

  1. Consider a conversation somewhat like being Mirandized. In other words, anything you say can (and probably will) be used against you. Let your professional representative (Tax Attorney or CPA) do the talking; anything you must respond to yourself, do so only in writing.
So let’s assume the agent and you don’t exactly see eye-to-eye; you do still have recourse.
  1. Ask to speak with the manager or the manager’s manager — all the way up the ladder until you get someone (somewhat) cooperative. These “territory managers” are sometimes more reasonable and can overrule agents’ decisions. Once again, have your tax representative do the talking.

  2. Be sure to mail any and all replies certified mail return receipt requested. If Mr. Agent doesn’t respond within 30 days, you have the right to ask for and receive free help from the IRS advocate assistance service.
This watchdog agency often proves to be man’s best friend (it doesn't hurt to throw the "kitchen sink" at the IRS) when dealing with folks in the IRS who shuffle along or come to a dead stop — at your expense. Moreover, this agency advocating on your behalf can make agents a bit more wary.

As opposed to dealing with an uniformed taxpayer, when you have an experienced Tax Attorney along with the Tax Advocate's office, the IRS knows that the taxpayer means business and is well represented.
  1. We, at Flat Fee Tax Service, often ask for a face-to-face penalty reduction meeting, especially as most taxpayers can make an honest mistake that shouldn't result in any penalties, which the IRS loves to invoke. This is the time when we would be requesting an abatement to the penalties and interest that have been accumulating. Your story needs to be told and it is more effective to have a 3rd party (your Tax Attorney) tell your story to the IRS.


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