An IRS Revenue Officer is an IRS Agent who functions as an IRS Collector. The IRS Revenue Officer works extensively in the field, which puts them out on the street making house calls and personal visits to a taxpayer's place of business. There are thousands of IRS Revenue Officers and they work solely for the benefit of the government. Attempting to face the IRS Revenue Officer alone can put you at financial risk. The IRS Revenue Officer is skilled in searching for taxpayers assets. They are assigned to various tax issues such as:
- Delinquent Tax Returns
- Tax Investigations & Audits
- Overdue Tax Filing
- Overdue Tax Debt
Dealing with a Revenue Officer on your own can be intimidating; therefore, it is strongly
advisable for anyone with limited tax knowledge and understanding of how the system works to seek assistance from one of our tax professionals. There is no set formula in dealing with the IRS due to the fact that every case is different and will be reviewed and treated on a case-by-case basis. Our tax professionals can help you qualify for a fair and affordable resolution to your back-tax liability.