Los Angeles Tax Attorneys at Holtz, Slavett & Drabkin represent numerous taxpayers in the IRS Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program. After the initial information is submitted to the IRS Criminal Investigation Division, a letter is sent from IRS CID stating that the taxpayer has been preliminarily accepted. The letter further advises that the case will be forwarded for civil examination and that a Revenue Agent will be contacting the taxpayer (or representative). The cases are all forwarded to the IRS in Philadelphia for assignment to a Revenue Agent.
After the case is received in Philadelphia, the IRS Revenue Agent will send a letter along with an Informaiton Document Request (IDR). After the information requested in the IDR is provided, the IRS Revenue Agent will contact the representative to determine how the case will proceed. The cases will utlimately conclude with a Closing Agreement.
Former IRS Tax Attorneys at Holtz Slavett & Drabkin are available to assist you with your Offshore Voluntary Disclosure.
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