IRS Collection Division Killer Representation Help
The IRS Collection Division is that part of the Internal Revenue Service whose mission is to secure delinquent tax returns and collect delinquent taxes from corporations, businesses, trusts, individuals and other entities that owe tax money to the IRS. It is the job of the revenue officers in the IRS Collection Division to ensure that the outstanding tax balances are collected from the taxpayers.Branches of the IRS Collection Division:
- The Field Collection Function.
- The Automated Collection Site.
- The Service Center Collection Function.
When the Internal Revenue Service makes an assessment against your tax account, your case will then immediately be sent to the Collection Division of IRS. It is the responsibility of the IRS Collection Division to ensure that the tax due to the Service is collected in the least expensive way as possible. To ensure that this task is carried out efficient and quickly, the IRS people makes use of computers.In the collection process, you will encounter two types of collection groups:
- Automated Collection Division: These employees of the IRS get in touch with taxpayers through telephone and letters to inform them that they owe money to the IRS and how to pay it.
- Local Revenue Officers: When automated collection has failed to obtain the outstanding taxes, or the tax is very large, or at the request of the taxpayer for efficient administration, the IRS will send the case to a revenue officer for the purpose of collecting the balance that is due.
Many people think that the collection division of IRS will help them resolve their taxes, and they sometimes do. The IRS will often press hard for you to pay in the shortest period of time because it is the objective of this division to ensure that the outstanding tax money is collected from the taxpayers. The people working in the IRS Collection Division have been specifically trained to use whatever means they deem necessary to collect taxes from the taxpayers. As such, you should not expect the collection division to look out for your interests, especially getting you a binding agreement. In my many years of experience, even when taxpayers have told me they worked out an agreement with the collection division, I have found that within a short period of time, the taxpayer was back to where they were before: Still owing, not in an agreement, and a victim to any collection action the IRS wanted to take. Call us at 713-774-4467 and don’t become a victim!Should I get professional help when the Collection Division of IRS approaches me? Yes, you should. You should talk to an experienced, knowledgeable professional immediately, when the IRS Collection Division contacts you. It is necessary to take immediate action to prevent the loss of your rights, and to prevent the collection division from formulating an opinion about your ability to pay back the tax. There may also be things that you do not want to disclose right away.You don’t have to hide from the IRS anymore. Contact Joe Mastriano P.C. today to see what options we have to help you start resolving your tax problem. With over 30 years of experience the knowledge that comes with that, we can handle anything the IRS has thrown your way. Visit our website or call us NOW at (713)774-4467.