What is the Difference Between a Revenue Agent and a Revenue Officer?

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An IRS revenue agent performs tax audits on individual taxpayers and businesses. They perform audits to make sure that taxpayers are complying with tax laws. This also includes non-profit organizations and trusts. Instead of collecting taxes, IRS revenue agents examine the tax filings of various taxpayers to determine what is still owed to the IRS. But, an IRS revenue officer works on the most challenging audit cases to collect as much of the tax debt as possible.

So, an IRS revenue agent figures out how much tax debt is, and an IRS revenue officer figures out how to collect that debt.

Once deciding to turn your case over to an IRS revenue officer, the stakes are higher in enforcing your compliance. The first contact that you will have with the IRS about an overdue tax bill is through a phone call or letter. If you do not respond to those forms of contact, your case may escalate to the point of assigning an IRS revenue officer to handle it.

You need the trusted legal advice of the Law Offices of Darrin T. Mish, P.A. to get out of a sticky situation with an IRS revenue officer. I have vast experience negotiating with IRS revenue officers to get my clients the best possible result. The goal is to reduce the amount of tax liability you owe and to prevent the IRS from taking your assets. It takes creative thinking and perseverance to make this happen on your behalf. Give me a call right away before you have any more interactions with an IRS revenue officer.

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