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Questions about Large Dollar IRS Cases

IRS treats Large Dollar Cases differently than other cases, let us help. Call us at 866.207.5817 to get started.


So what is a Large Dollar Case?

Any case over $100,000. It involves any type of case. However, IRS will treat 941Trust Fund Cases much more aggressively.


Where are these cases worked from?

There are three places where these cases are worked, Brookhaven, MA; Holtsville, NY; or your local office. Your local office will send a specially trained agent out to work the case.


Where am I first contacted from?

Usually the computerized center of Brookhaven or Holtsville will work the case first. From there the case will work its way out to the local office where a complete investigation will be made. Because of the case file history or indicators, some cases will immediately be brought right out to the field office.


What can I expect?

IRS will conduct a thorough investigation of your case. The agents working these cases are well trained and very knowledgeable in digging into the unknown. They are trained to look for smoke screen and how to find the money. They will carefully look into money trails and corporations or accounts set up to hide assets.


Will the IRS still work with me?

Absolutely. At the end of the day they need to collect the money and they will work out anything that favors the IRS.


Why do I need to be represented?

The IRS is going to conduct a thorough investigation. It is far better to have an experienced representative explain the situation than you. Those who represent themselves are fools. A good representative works on the solution not the explanation.


IRS treats Large Dollar Cases differently than other cases, let us help. Call us at 866.207.5817 to get started.


Which is IRS tougher on, income tax cases or payroll tax cases?

The IRS will be diligent in both, however IRS will dig into all possible ways to collect in a payroll case. The IRS will also look into the individuals responsible as well as the business. They will want to see personal tax filings as well as business filings. They will conduct a full compliance check making sure all your filings are current. Then they will attempt to collect from whoever has the ability to pay.


What are things IRS looks for on a Large Dollar Case?

The first thing IRS is looking for is the ability to pay the tax. The IRS will use Accuriant, a search engine that goes very deep into the financial life of people. It is a very thorough and provides a complete history of the transactions of taxpayers. Courthouse records and DMV records are searched as well. If IRS is unable to collect the tax currently they will review the ability to collect the tax over the life of the statute of limitations.


Are there any tricks IRS uses to find out things about me?

Most definitely. the RS will get all your bank accounts, credit card records, loan applications and check purchases. They will also do a credit check on you. People usually spike up their credit card application so IRS will use that information to see if you have distorted the truth. Because of some of these findings, the agent may refer the case to the Criminal Investigation Division.


If I have a Large Dollar Case, what should I do first?

Call a professional immediately. Second, make sure all you filings are current and you have made your estimated tax deposits. That will show your willingness to cooperate.

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