IRS Revenue Officer Defense: What To Do When They Come For You

If you are delinquent on back taxes and owe the IRS money, you may receive a visit from an IRS revenue officer. This is an officer sent by the IRS to physically engage you and "encourage" you to make good on your tax debt.

Let's call this what it is: intimidation and harassment.

What Can You Do?

It is best not to deal with IRS revenue officers on your own. You have nothing to gain by speaking to them or making statements about your financial situation or plans for dealing with your back taxes.

Put Silver Tax Group on your side. We have more than 40 years of experience working with the IRS and know the intricacies of what the IRS can and can't do. The IRS knows us, and knows that we are strong advocates for taxpayers across the nation. We have a proven ability to succeed in resolving the tax collection issues our clients face.

We can handle the interactions with the IRS revenue officers, providing them with the information they're allowed to have, not the information they want.

Loose Lips Sink Ships

This was a common saying in the military during WWII. It also applies to your situation. Before saying anything to an IRS revenue officer, put an experienced tax defense lawyer on your side. No matter your situation, we can help you achieve the best possible outcome and minimize the damage.

Contact us today for a free case evaluation with an attorney.