Tax Problems

Revenue Officer Assignment

Visited by a Revenue Officer

If a Revenue Officer field collector made a personal visit to my business or home or has been personally assigned to your tax collection case, this means the IRS is taking your case more seriously.

It’s the Revenue Officer’s job to ensure all the necessary or required IRS notices have been issued. These may include:

  • Balance Due Notice (Letter 3174)
  • Summary of Taxpayer Contact (Form 9297)
  • Final Notice
  • Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Rights to a Hearing (Letter 1058)
  • Notice of Federal Tax Lien Filing and Your Right to a Hearing Under IRC 6320 (Letter 3172(DO))
  • Notice of Federal Tax Lien (Form 668(Y)(c))

Once the Revenue Officer has verified and issued the IRS required notices, he or she will begin actively investigating and collecting data for the IRS.

The data collected will be used to levy your bank accounts or any account receivables as well as garnishing your wages, filing tax liens, and even seizing your assets.

If a Revenue Officer has been assigned to you, contact Morris and Associates as soon as possible. Let our experienced tax team assist you in navigating this situation. We will represent you and protect your rights. Our goal is to resolve your tax issues.

Contact Morris and Associates today for a FREE consultation.