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IRS agents are evaluated on many criteria. One of those criteria is how quickly they collect tax owed or finding unreported income through an audit. As an agent, if you feel your job is on the line or your supervisor has made you feel inadequate, the following actions are used to step up pressure on the taxpayer. After all, it is our fault because we are not paying our tax fast enough and the agent is getting pressured to collect, right? I think not!
It starts with a simple tax notice, but when you take issue with the notice, all of a sudden you are hit with a barrage of actions causing your head to spin. The tools at the IRS’s disposal include:
- Wage Garnishment
- Levy of your Bank Account
- Lien on your Property
- Assignment of your Customers Revenues to the IRS
- Seizure of your Property
Although we discuss the above topics in detail within this site, there are many things you can do to stop the harassing nature of IRS collection activity.
Go to the Solutions page to learn more.