IRS Summons Help – What is a summon – Everything You Need to Know form 6637

If you want an easy life, it’s best to always stay on the right side of the IRS. Owing money to anybody can be stressful enough, but when it comes to IRS tax debts, the IRS is truly relentless in their pursuit of what they deem to be rightfully theirs. This is why it’s now a better time than ever to hire an IRS power of attorney, enrolled agent, CPA, tax lawyer as your tax professional. Professional tax services are in high demand, and while they certainly aren’t free, these services more than pay for themselves very quickly, both financially and emotionally. One thing no taxpayer wants to hear is that they’ve received an IRS summons, form 6637. If you’re not familiar with IRS summons, once you’ve finished reading this article, all will become clear.

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Below we’ll be looking at what an IRS summons, form 6637 help, is, and what you should do if you receive one.

What is an IRS summons? – An IRS summons is an official order from the IRS to provide testimony or provide information to aid in an investigation being conducted by the IRS. If you receive a summons, that is worrying as summonses are often sent to the individual who happens to be being investigated by the IRS. Alternatively, it may be sent to a third-party who happens to have information relating to the investigation and/or the individual being investigated in the first place. If you are the recipient of a summons, the first thing you should do is get in contact with an enrolled agent, CPA, tax lawyer or tax service provider to find out exactly which information you are being required to produce. If you fail to respond to the summons, the IRS will take matters further and will demonstrate to the courts that the summons, form 6637 help, is necessary and that the info they are requesting is pertinent to the case at hand.

Why hire professional tax services? – As mentioned, upon receiving a summons, the first thing you should do is contact an enrolled agent, CPA, tax lawyer. As tax representative, attorneys-in-fact, they will be able to help you in a whole variety of different ways. They will:

Offer advice – First and foremost, a tax power of attorney will be able to advise you, represent you and offer you help and guidance. You’ll no doubt have a lot of questions to ask and won’t know where to begin after getting form 6637. This is where professional tax representation services pay for themselves. Your enrolled agent, CPA, tax lawyer will be able to answer any questions you may have and tell you what steps to take next.

Walk you through the process – Another way in which an enrolled agent, CPA, tax lawyer can help is that they can walk you through the summons resolution process, represent your fully and help tell you what to do each step of the way. They will tell you which documents to produce, why you need to produce them, when to respond by, how to respond, and much more besides.

To obtain a court order enforcing a summons, IRS must first establish good faith by showing that the summons:

  1. Is issued for a legitimate purpose;
  2. Seeks information relevant to that purpose;
  3. Seeks information that is not already in IRS’s possession; and
  4. Satisfies all of the administrative steps set forth in the Code. (U.S. v. Powell, (S Ct 1964) 14 AFTR 2d 5942)

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