Dealing with a Connecticut IRS Revenue Officer
When an IRS Revenue Officer is signed from one of the local Connecticut field collections offices (the offices are listed below), that is a good sign you have a more serious tax issue going on. If you are dealing directly with a Revenue Officer, it means you may currently have an unmanageable tax debt or be forced into a deal that is not sustainable and will not actually solve the tax problem.
- So how do you deal with the IRS yourself? Well, hopefully you can afford to hire a Connecticut tax attorney. But if you can’t here are some pointers:
- Never voluntarily tell the IRS anything, unless they have specifically asked you for the information.
- If you’re not completely sure about something, say you can’t recall or don’t know — and if they keep pressing you have the right to say nothing and have an attorney talk to them on your behalf.
- Lastly, do not lie. IF you are caught in a lie, you are likely going to have a bad day.
Our clients come to us for help in dealing with the IRS because they know that the tax code is one of the most complicated things in the history of time, and IRS agents should not be reckoned with.
CT IRS Field Collections Offices
Again, hopefully you’ll never have to deal with a Revenue Officer directly. If so, be careful and these are the field officers locations throughout the state.
915 Lafayette Blvd
Bridgeport, CT 06604
135 High Street
Hartford, CT 06103
150 Court Street
New Haven, CT 06510
2 Howard Street
New London, CT 06320
761 Main Ave
Norwalk, CT 06851
14 Cottage Place
Waterbury, CT 06702
936 Silas Deane Hwy
Wethersfield, CT 06109