When you contact the IRS, you are contacting an agency of the United States government. As an Oklahoma City taxpayer who is trying to work out paying money to this agency, you would expect that the agency would work with you and respect you. You would expect that you could trust the agency to look out for your best interests.
Before You Starting Negotiating With the IRS, You Should Know Two Things
While the IRS revenue officers may not break any laws, they might not share relevant information with you—at least not in plain English that can be understood by someone who doesn’t deal with taxes every single day. Thus, we want you to know that:
- You may have several viable options for settling your tax debt.
- You should be able to plan for the future and know how to avoid future tax problems.
Additionally, we want you to know that you don’t have to be the one to negotiate your own solution to a tax problem with the IRS. You have the right to contact an experienced Oklahoma City tax attorney and to have someone fight for justice on your behalf.
Don’t Let a Surprise Make Things Harder for You
The simple truth is that you and the IRS revenue officer assigned to your case have competing goals. You want to settle your tax debt for as little as possible, and the revenue officer wants to settle your debt for as much as possible. Accordingly, you should be wary of what is being said to you by the agency, and you should protect your rights in negotiating with the IRS. Please read our FREE book, The Ultimate Survival Guide for IRS Problems, today for more information.