Ask the Revenue Officer to substantiate the Secretary's discretionary Notice.
If you are presumed to be a wage earner, you need to pursue the issuer of the collection of information that were received by the Agency under the presumption of correctness.
You need to inquire of the Commissioner if the agency has a record of its determination issued to the American Employer that there exists the employer employee relationship. Without that record, the agency is moving a naked assessment as it presumptively received collections of information are violation of federal agency records management..
The solution is to pursue a correction of the administrative record by legally coercing the American Employer to
send out corrected collection of information. The improper issuance of collection of information by the payor arise as a civil fraud.
The Commissioner relies upon this civil fraud to initiate its collection activities under the presumption oc what else, correctness.
Besides how may the revenue office demand that you confess? The only way for the revenue officer to demand books and records, is that you have been lawfully notice of a legal obligation accruing under Subtitle A. Why Subtitle A, for the Employer is liable for all Subtitle C takings.
----- Original Message ----
From: choicepoint111 <choicepoint111@...>
Sent: Saturday, February 3, 2007 11:42:57 AM
Subject: [tips_and_tricks] IRS audit
I am unable to produce necessary records which date back to 1999.I
face big liability according to accountant. Any advice???