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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are Form 843 Requesting

Instructions and Help about Are Form 843 Requesting

But what do you do if an IRS employee shows up at your door? Well, that's going to be the topic of this video. Today, I'm glad that you tuned in. Hi, my name is Darren Mitch and I'm an attorney with a national tax problem resolution breakfast based in Tampa, Florida. During my 15 years of practice, there are certain questions that arise again and again. So, I thought I'd take this opportunity to answer some of those questions in this video format. Now, there are over 20 videos altogether, and if you'd like to have access to the other 19 videos, please visit our website at getIRShelpvideos.com. Now, what do you do when an IRS employee shows up at your door? Well, I need to define actually a couple of different types of IRS employees so that you know exactly what I'm talking about. The first type I'm going to identify is called a revenue officer. A revenue officer is different from law enforcement officers. They don't carry a badge or a gun. They typically carry what's called a placket commission, which is a plastic ID badge. Revenue officers' jobs are to collect money from taxpayers who haven't been able to pay it. They tend to focus on larger cases, but I have also dealt with revenue officers on cases below $5,000. Revenue officers often decide that the best way to deal with a taxpayer's matter is to show up at their place of business or residence as the first point of contact. While they are not authorized to enter your residence without a search warrant or court order, they may try to gauge your lifestyle and belongings. It's important to be aware of their limited powers. I would encourage you to be polite and civil with a revenue officer but not engage...