Receipt from the IRS when you request it :-)
Somebody called me and said the IRS was levying him and would not tell him how much they were taking. I came across this little weapon/tool. You ask them for a receipt, they fail to give it, and now you have all the steps were not followed for a Collection Due Process Hearing; you have them violating a statute related to collection activity for an administrative claim for damages under 26 USC § 7433.
26 U.S.C. § 6314 Receipt for taxes
(a) General rule The Secretary shall, upon request, give receipts for all sums collected by him, excepting only when the same are in payment for stamps sold and delivered; but no receipt shall be issued in lieu of a stamp representing a tax.
(b) Duplicate receipts for payment of estate taxes The Secretary shall, upon request, give to the person paying the tax under chapter 11 (relating to the estate tax) duplicate receipts, either of which shall be sufficient evidence of such payment, and shall entitle the executor to be credited and allowed the amount thereof by any court having jurisdiction to audit or settle his accounts.
(c) Cross references
(1) For receipt required to be furnished by employer to employee with respect to employment taxes, see section 6051.
(2) For receipt of discharge of fiduciary from personal liability, see section 2204.
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