IRS less prone to pry if lawyers were on case
When it comes to being targeted by the Internal Revenue Service, it appears that having a lawyer helps, a Cincinnati Enquirer review has found.
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#1 Jun 22, 2013
So what's with the 10's of thousands bull? Missing and covered?
#2 Jun 23, 2013
So guilty until proven innocent.
Getting through to IRS is an ordeal and lots of time. Lots and lots of time. They get impatient with you if you can't wait 1 1/2 hours for someone to pickup the phone let alone answer a question. It takes them months to answer a question by mail. The burden is one you to pay or pay a lawyer or accountant to do the most basic of returns.
I'm pretty sure policy is to get something if they are wrong. It is probably policy never to admit they are wrong. Get something is their motto. Why is a collection agency handing out bonuses for doing their job as an hourly civil servent or salaried manager.
This shows how self perpetuating the business of tax has become. It's also shows their arrogance and sense of entitlement to your money. If individuals were not doing anything to earn money they would be out of business.
Taxes are like protection being paid to gangsters.
Remember with the IRS it is guilty until proven innocent.
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