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Revenue Officer

Revenue Officers are agents that are specifically assigned to collect the full balance due to the IRS. They are notorious for being some of the most aggressive agents of the IRS. They can show up at your house, place of business, and even send notices to your customers. Although a Revenue Officer could be assigned to your case at any time, typical circumstances that lead to one being assigned are personal income tax balances over $250,000 or payroll taxes that exceed $25,000.
Personal Income Tax:

When a Revenue Officer is assigned due to personal income tax balances, they can often seem to “cross the line” in your personal life. They have been known to show up at personal residence and snoop around in an effort to determine whether the taxpayer can repay the tax balance. They will want to see a full picture of your personal finances – look through every bank charge, see what investments you have, how many assets you own, etc.. That’s where our Team of Tax Professionals can step in on your behalf and provide a layer of protection to prevent your assets from being levied or seized.

Payroll Tax:
When it comes to the IRS, payroll taxes is the type of tax the IRS is the most strict on. If payroll taxes aren’t paid, they often will view it as stealing from your employees and the government. When payroll balances reach over $25,000 typically a Revenue Officer is assigned and one of their first priorities is to assess what is called the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty. This is where the IRS can bridge the gap between keeping business and personal items separate. The penalty is assessed to an individual – typically the owner of the business and allows the IRS to have access to their personal assets as well. Did your business get behind on payroll taxes? We understand business owner’s can find themselves in situations where they must make difficult decisions on what is or isn’t paid. Call our team so we can get you back on track and put those tax problems in the rearview mirror!

Regardless of how the Revenue Officer got assigned, our team can take the wheel from here. Once we file power of attorney form, the Revenue Officer must funnel all communication through our team. Although Revenue Officers can be aggressive, our team of Tax Professionals understands the bounds they have to stay within and use that knowledge to protect our client’s assets and put them in the best spot possible. Did a Revenue Officer get assigned to your case? Set up a free initial consultation by clicking HERE or give us a call at (918) 747-7000 and ask for a free tax resolution consultation to get yours scheduled today!

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IRS Tax Resolution Roadmap


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Meet with us to determine if resolution is the right path and what options might be available.


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File power of attorney form and determine if all required returns are on file per IRS guidelines.


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Prepare forms that outline all equity in assets and monthly disposable income (MDI) for the three most recent months.


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Negotiate to secure resolution-based upon financial analysis.

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