Revenue Officer Representation
If your unpaid taxes with the IRS is assigned a Revenue Officer, you’re dealing with one person solely assigned to aggressively collecting on the taxes YOU owe.
If you’re tired of being stressed and worried about your problems with a Revenue Officer, call us at 844-841-9857 today! We’ve helped hundreds of clients effectively deal with their Revenue Officer and negotiated a realistic resolution they could pay. You can also click on the Contact Us button below to complete the form, and we’ll reach out!
IRS Revenue Officer Assistance Services From Polston Tax
If you are dealing with a Revenue Officer, you probably flinch every time someone knocks at your door or an unknown number calls you. While we typically tell clients that the IRS doesn’t call or show up on your doorstep, the rules are different when a Revenue Officer or Agent is involved.
Revenue Officers aren’t your average IRS employee. They know the tax code very well and have the power to garnish your wages. Revenue Officer tactics are often more extreme than other IRS employees. Knowing your rights as a taxpayer is important when you are in this stage of collections. Your right to representation and your right to have a Revenue Officer contact your representation rather than you can be a huge burden release. Once you have a tax attorney from our firm handling your case, you will never need to meet with a Revenue Officer alone. We will always be with you and will object if the agent tries to take advantage of you or your rights.
Who Are IRS Revenue Officers?
IRS Revenue Officers are deployed when you or your business have enough unpaid taxes to warrant collections from the IRS. IRS Revenue Officers are motivated and judged on two main factors — how much money they can collect toward the satisfaction of the tax liability and how fast they can close a case. The IRS Revenue Officer assigned to you will thoroughly audit your business and ensure that there’s no disconnect between the taxes you’ve filed and the taxes you owe.
While Revenue Officers may show up at your place of business or home, they have no power to arrest you. Each Revenue Officer carries a plastic ID card, and those with a badge may be from the Criminal Investigation Department. Revenue Officers are actually completely separate from the Bureau of Revenue Agents, and they each work for different sectors of the IRS.
By working with Polston Tax, you can determine whether the professional assigned to your case is an Officer or Agent and take the next steps necessary to ensure your case proceeds as smoothly as possible.
IRS Revenue Officer Assistance
The most important factor when dealing with an IRS Revenue Officer is to be well represented. By establishing a respectful and amicable relationship with your IRS Revenue Officer, you can make the ordeal easier for both of you. By partnering with Polston Tax and being proactive, you can make dealing with an IRS Revenue Officer easier.
To increase the likelihood of a positive outcome, keep the following tips in mind when working with a Revenue Officer:
Get Your Materials Ready as Soon as Possible
Your IRS Revenue Officer’s performance is judged on how much money they can collect toward the satisfaction of the liability and how fast they can perform a case. By working with Polston Tax, you can quickly get your documentation in order and make the entire process faster.
Make a Good First Impression
There’s no better way to set the tone with your IRS Revenue Officer than by making a good first impression. Always try to be amicable with your Revenue Officer and do not ignore their requests.
Although you should strive to be accommodating, you should still work with a tax lawyer who knows your rights and can fight back against your Revenue Officer if necessary. Polston Tax can help you devise a strategy for addressing all outstanding tax returns and give you and the officer an accurate timeline.
By taking control of your finances with Polston Tax, you can prevent your Revenue Officer from setting unreasonable deadlines. Being proactive, knowing your rights and setting reasonable deadlines with Polston Tax is the best way to start an amicable relationship with your Revenue Officer.
Strictly Follow Your Deadlines
By working with Polston Tax, you can set up reasonable deadlines that present a compromise between your and your IRS Revenue Officer’s interests. This helps your business stay in control of the situation. When you’re turning in your documents and payments, Polston Tax will help ensure that your documents are clearly labeled, timely and well-organized.
Follow up on Your Case
Following up on your IRS case will show your Revenue Officers that you’re proactive and willing to work with them to ensure your auditing goes as smoothly as possible. Polston Tax can help you keep a healthy open line with your Revenue Officer and politely follow up with the IRS. We can also help you reach out to the Revenue Officer’s manager when an officer is out of line and requires reprehension.
Why Choose Polston Tax Services for Assistance Working With a Revenue Officer?
Throughout our history, Polston Tax has gained a deep and complex understanding of tax law. We set ourselves apart from our competitors with the following benefits:
- Comprehensive services: Polston Tax has experience in every corner of tax law, from accounting and appeals to levies and audit representation. Our knowledgeable staff will help you rise above your tax challenges and get your circumstances in order. When you reach out to Polston Tax, you can rest assured that we can tackle every one of your tax challenges.
- IRS familiarity: The professionals at Polston Tax hone their skills working with the IRS every day and have an incredible understanding of the organization’s inner workings. We’ll work with the IRS on your behalf to create a reasonable and actionable plan for paying back your debt.
- Team approach: Polston Tax services give your business the advantage of having a whole team of tax professionals in your court. With the power of a Polston Tax team, you’ll receive new insights into your situation and approach your case from multiple angles.
IRS Revenue Officer Representation From Polston Tax
Once you’ve been contacted by a Revenue Officer, do NOT ignore them. This will only create problems and cause the Revenue Officer to try more aggressive tactics. A Revenue Officer will be more likely to show up on your doorstep, talk to your neighbors, obtain your cell phone records, talk to your business associates, come to your business to speak with you in person, and call you directly! Revenue Officers act like private investigators for the IRS and gather facts about your activities, whereabouts, family members, etc. in an effort to learn more about your lifestyle and what you do with your money. Don’t fight them alone, let us protect you and your rights! Call us at 844-841-9857 to schedule your free consultation, or fill out the Contact Us form below.
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