The IRS revenue officer keeps calling me at home and even stopped by to see me. My spouse and kids are getting really frightened and upset. What can I do to stop it?

Generally, the IRS revenue officer is only going to stop contacting you if one of three things happen. The IRS may stop contacting you if you:

  1. Pay everything that you owe. This may be difficult, if not impossible, to do.
  2. Work out an alternative solution to your tax problem that is approved by the IRS. This may include an Offer to Compromise, penalty abatement, or other solution that is suggested by you and approved by the IRS.
  3. Hire a tax lawyer who has power of attorney to act on your behalf. In most cases, the IRS will then communicate exclusively with your lawyer about your tax problems.

An experienced Oklahoma City tax lawyer may be able to help you achieve one of these three things and get the immediate relief from phone calls and contact that you want for your family. You may still receive copies of correspondence from the IRS, as a courtesy. However, your Oklahoma City tax attorney will respond to the correspondence and phone calls on your behalf.

For more information, please contact an Oklahoma City tax lawyer today via this website or at 800-721-7054, and please download a FREE copy of our book, The Ultimate Survival Guide for IRS Problems. We hope that we can help provide your family with some peace during this difficult time.