Archive for the ‘IRS Operating Divisions’ Category

IRS New Voluntary Worker Classification Settlement Program

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

There has been a lot of buzz about the IRS’s New Voluntary Worker Classification Settlement Program (also known by the acronym VSCP).  It’s on, going out in newsletters and major media publications are covering it in stories.  What I am not seeing covered yet is how this new settlement program as a disguised as amnesty for small businesses – like a payroll tax “fresh start” settlement program of sorts
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Delayed IRS Collection and Currently Not Collectible Status

Saturday, December 29th, 2007

Delayed IRS Collection
IRS policy states that whenever the taxpayer raises a question or presents information creating reasonable doubt as to the correctness or validity of an assessment, “reasonable forbearance” will be exercised with respect to collection efforts as long as the interests of the government are not jeopardized.

This does not mean the taxpayer’s debt will be forgiven, or a tax lien will not be
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IRS Operating Divisions

Friday, December 28th, 2007

IRS Operating Divisions
There are four operating divisions with specific responsibility for taxpayers assigned to that division. Each operating division has Criminal Investigation Division, Appeals, Taxpayer Advocate, and Chief Counsel Personnel attached to the division.
Areas and Territories
The divisions are divided into areas and territories. The Territory Managers and Area Managers have responsibility for practitioner liaison relationships and resolution of issues in the field. The Territory Managers are responsible
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IRS Overview

Thursday, December 27th, 2007

Due to Congressional concerns over the growing gap between taxes that should have been collected and taxes that were actually collected, the IRS is moving to reallocate its budget resources. Ultimately, this will be evidenced by a significant increase in IRS personnel and potentially third party collection agencies dedicated to support tax compliance and collection efforts. Recent IRS collection initiatives are yielding increases in both levies and tax revenues collected.
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