IRS has specially trained Revenue Officers in the local field branches to work Large Dollar Cases. They also have a Large Dollar Case Unit, within the ACS unit, for those cases still in the collection computer system. In working these cases, IRS will get into significantly more detail while investigating a taxpayer’s ability to pay. It is absolutely necessary on these cases that you have professional representation because the IRS is more aggressive in handling these particular cases. Because of the dollar amount, the agent is looking for a cover up, deceit or fraud and especially the money. By all means, be represented.
Fresh Start Tax has a special team that only deals with Large Dollar Cases. We have a team of tax attorneys and former IRS agents that have worked these cases while employed by the Internal Revenue Service. These cases require more experience because of the requirements that the IRS agents demand on these cases. The IRS spends a lot more time looking at these cases and we know exactly what their questions will be. We try to remove the problem areas before the IRS gets to the case. Experience is needed to work Large Dollar Cases.
IRS spend much more time accumulating information on Large Dollar Cases. Most of their digging is now done by computer searches. IRS employees have a variety of methods to make this happen. They use a search engine called ACCURIANT.COM that can look into your past for as long as it wants. The IRS will also check DMV and courthouse records. You should use a professional company to represent you if you are involved in a Large Dollar Case.
The IRS uses very experienced and specially trained agents to work these Large Dollar Cases, which can include back taxes, Offers in Compromise and payroll tax cases. These agents have been around a long time and are highly seasoned. They are used to looking at the areas where most agents do not look. If there are any issues of concern, be very careful not to represent yourself. These agents spend many hours working these cases and know how to find the proverbial “needle in the haystack”. As a general rule, these agents have been with the IRS for at least five years.
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