Assigned an IRS Revenue Officer? Here's What to Expect

If the IRS has assigned a Revenue Officer to your case, consider yourself in serious trouble. Revenue Officers are highly trained tax collectors whose goal is to collect as much of your delinquent tax liability as possible. They are unarmed IRS civil servants, but they can place levies and liens on your property, and initiate the process to seize your assets.

When an IRS Revenue Officer is assigned to your case, it's a clear sign that the IRS is done playing nice and is ready to take drastic measures to collect what you owe. You will need the help of a trusted tax professional to plan a strategic defense and achieve the best possible resolution.

Don't let an IRS Revenue Officer destroy your future – fight back with the help of a seasoned tax professional today.

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