The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sends out millions of collection notices each year, but due to a backlog the agency is letting private debt collectors do much of their collection work. Problem is, taxpayers often don’t know the rules for interacting with collectors—and there are plenty of IRS impersonation scams going on. As a tax professional, you need to know how to protect clients targeted by IRS-employed private debt collectors—and scammers.
Join tax attorney Daniel J. Pilla in this information-packed webinar as he runs down Code S6306 and prepares you to deal with private debt collectors—and how to tell scammers from the real deal. Pilla is a nationally-recognized tax pro and here he offers a full analysis of the IRS’ authority to use private debt collectors, including notice requirements and the federal rules that all private debt collectors must follow.
After attending this instructive session, you will know the IRS’s requirements for the fair debt collections practice, notice requirements the IRS must follow when using debt collectors, how to avoid tax collection scams, and how to interact with a debt collector once you know you are dealing with the real thing. Protect your clients—and your reputation—with full knowledge about private tax debt collecting.
Here is a taste of what you will uncover:
IRS requirements for fair debt collection practices
Rules under the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Notice requirements the IRS must follow when using debt collectors
How to avoid scams in connection with private debt collectors and tax debts
Daniel J. Pilla is a tax litigation consultant. Premier proponent and advocate of taxpayer rights. For over three decades, Dan has been tremendously successful in his negotiations with the IRS. Regarded as one of the country’s premiere experts in IRS procedures, Dan provides people across the country with soun...