When you are going through an Audit, you will be contacted by an IRS agent. If you owe the IRS any taxes, they will send an IRS Revenue Officer to investigate. So, in this article we are discussing the powers of IRS Agents. Essentially, the IRS agents are charged with ensuring the accuracy of returns […]
Trust Fund Recovery Issues
This topic explores the initiation, investigation, & resolution of issues concerning business employment taxes and the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty imposed on owners & Responsible Persons for business employment tax debt.
When the IRS audits you they send an IRS Agent to investigate. When you owe taxes, the IRS sends a Revenue Officer to collect. This article deals with IRS tax debts and the powers of IRS Revenue Officers. Before they contact you about your file, the IRS Revenue Officer has already done an extensive background […]
Essentially, you will prove your financial hardship with the documentation which supports the entries you provide on the Form 433A which the IRS will request of you. This information can be used for a Penalty Abatement Request, to prove Uncollectible Status or to induce acceptance of an Offer in Compromise. For starters, you must diligently […]
There are 2 reasons you can make an Offer in Compromise: Doubt as to Collectibility & Doubt as to Liability, or both. To start the process of an Offer in Compromise for Doubt as to Collectibility you must complete Form 656, which is included in the Form 656-B booklet. To start the process of an […]
When approached by the IRS for an audit or collections many people believe that by cooperating with the IRS then it shows their good faith and the IRS will leave them alone. That is actually true – up to a point. You must show your credibility & honesty through the presentation of your evidence. But, […]