When your back taxes become a priority, the IRS assigns a Revenue Officer to your case. If you’re being harassed by an IRS Revenue Officer, it’s time to call Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C. You need a local tax attorney to discuss your tax issue, and implement a legal strategy to get the IRS Revenue Officer off your back. Remember what we say, taxes are a legal issue, so you need a tax attorney who knows how to deal with IRS agents.
These “Revenuers,” as the old-timers used to call them, won’t go away. When they show up, you know the IRS has made your case a priority. The IRS Revenue Officer can make your life miserable with constant calls and unannounced visits looking for payment. They have a wide range of tools at their disposal to collect your unpaid taxes. They can garnish your wages or place levies on your bank accounts. They can file liens against your property and seize your assets.
They Won’t Stop
IRS Revenue Officers are a persistent lot. They are dedicated to their task of collecting all your taxes owed as quickly as possible. However, they are required to remain courteous and professional during the collections process. Think of them as less Doberman and more bloodhound. Once they get on your trail, you can’t get away.
Don’t give in to them. Taxes are their life. They have detailed knowledge of tax law and will determine the most aggressive way to collect your taxes. Fortunately, taxes are also our life. Our tax attorneys live and breathe taxes. We gain great satisfaction getting between you and the IRS. We can give you some relief from the constant harassment until we reach an agreement with the IRS.
Don’t Do it Alone
Keep in mind, you don’t want to deal with an IRS Revenue Officer on your own. You may inadvertently reveal information that could cause your tax bill to increase. Call Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C. Your tax bill is a legal issue, so you need representation from a tax attorney. We can take the heat off you and keep the IRS Revenue Officer at arm’s length while we work on a resolution to your tax problem.
When you hire our firm, our tax attorney will form a wall between the IRS Revenue Officer and your life. Any communication from that point on must go through our firm. No exceptions. But our services don’t end there. We can actively work with you and the Revenue Officer to reach an agreement on your tax bill. That’s because we also have a variety of resources available to us to close your case.
We’ll look at all the details of your situation and guide you through the complex world of tax law to find a solution that the IRS will agree to. So, while we’re holding off the IRS Revenue Officer, we can work with the them to remove any liens or levies they may have placed on your assets. We can also work with them to reach a conclusion, whether it involves an Installment Agreement, Offer in Compromise, or something like obtaining Currently Not Collectible status.
We’ll Work For You
When you have an IRS Revenue Officer breathing down your neck, you may feel helpless and alone. That’s where we can help. Call Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C. at the first sign of tax trouble and we can work with you and the Revenue Officer to reach a solution that everyone can agree to.
Tax issues don’t just go away. They only get worse, unless you do something about it. To get started, contact Bryson Law Firm, L.L.C. to set up your free initial consultation to learn how our tax attorneys can be your advocate when dealing with an IRS Revenue Officer.