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IRS employee depriving CH of a CPDH by throwing-up barrels

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  • dave
    http://www.irs.gov/taxpros/article/0,,id=114385,00.html Click on a few state: http://www.irs.gov/advocate/content/0,,id=150972,00.html Clair: You mentioned an
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 20, 2009
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      http://www.irs.gov/taxpros/article/0,,id=114385,00.html

       

      Click on a few state:

       

      http://www.irs.gov/advocate/content/0,,id=150972,00.html

       

      Clair:

       

      You mentioned an IRS CDPH employee was being ‘uncooperative” in giving you a fax number. You are looking for a specific CDPH fax number and while that is nice, it might not be easy to find—for the same reason the IRS manager is giving you a hard time. Let me give you an analogy though…..let’s say you mailed the IRS in general at some address you received a letter from. Let’s say you just generally addressed it with no specific department or name mentioned—i.e. just the IRS address. Would it be notice? Answer: Yes. Especially if you mailed it more than once.

      Ok…so what’s the point? Answer: It really doesn’t matter the EXACT IRS fax number. The more notice, the better.

       

      Ideally what you need to do is get you notice to someone with some clout. That is an OFFICER and not a mere employee. Now who do you know that IS an officer? Answer: Well….the head of the IRS….the office of chief legal counsel…the head of the Dept of the Treasury….and lastly Obama. [The IRS reports up the food chain….they can’t operate on their own….too stupid…]

       

      So from this you have a methodology:

      1.       Write one fax and address it by name to a bunch of people. I gave you the list. Just hop on the web and find the names.

      2.       Explain that the IRS is depriving you of due process by an employee that is purposely making it inconvenient to notice them of a request for a CDPH. Make sure you use the word ‘uncooperative”. [The IRS loves to use this word to label those who do not wish to be taxpayers….ha ha]

      3.       Suggest that the IRS put that employee through a remedial education program to re-educate him so that he is no longer uncooperative..

      4.       Tell them that you were left with having to notice all the people and to send the notice to multiple offices because his actions caused you to do so—that you were left with the impression from his actions that the entire IRS could not be trusted to allow-you a due process right.

      5.       Inform them in BOLD letters that whoever receives this notice is to hand-off to their supervisor or director. Inform them that THAT director or supervisor is to hand-off to THEIR supervisor or director as you are not responsible for the ‘inner workings” of the IRS. Etc.

      6.       Pick-off a bunch of state fax numbers from the list and send to same.

      7.       Do NOT worry if you are ‘late in the game”—deprivation of due-process knows no time limit.

       

      Can you see what will happen? No employee wants to get caught with the hot potatoes…so they hand-off up the chain. And no supervisor wants to get caught for too long holding onto the potatoes. Sit back and laugh because all those people will be getting MAD at that employee who gave you the hard time.

       

      BTW: How do you find Australia?

      Dave

       

       

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