If a revenue officer has shown up to your home or business to collect tax debt through an asset seizure, we can help!
After the IRS has sent notices demanding payment through the mail and intent to levy notices via certified mail, their next step is to take action. This can be in the form of a wage garnishment or bank levy, but sometimes, depending on the size of the debt, a revenue officer (RO) will be assigned to the case to collect via asset seizure. You have the legal right to refuse to speak to a revenue officer by assigning us a power of attorney! That means if an RO is at your door or has begun contacting you through phone calls demanding to see your financials or profit and loss statements, it is extremely important to get professional help immediately. Saying or revealing the wrong thing can be extremely damaging, not only potentially costing you thousands of dollars in overpaid taxes, but can jeopardize the assets you’ve worked hard to achieve.
Get Tax Relief and contact us today. We will help in all aspects of your case and help you create a favorable option that meets all federal requirements. Ask us more!