WHAT TO DO WHEN THE IRS COMES KNOCKING
98 pages;12 chapters
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What to Do When the
IRS Comes Knocking provides tools for those facing
unlawful IRS enforcement intended to help them protect themselves.
- How to prepare for a visit or raid.
- Protecting the security of your electronic data and
securing your computer.
- What to expect during a raid.
- Dealing with discovery directed against your spouse.
- Responding to phone calls.
- Limits of jurisdiction of IRS agents.
- Gathering court-admissible evidence you you can use
to prosecute the agents.
- Seizure and forfeiture laws.
- Registering official complaints about IRS agents.
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Table or Contents
Table of Authorities
1. WARNING SIGNS THAT
AN IRS/DOJ RAID IS IMMINENT
2. PREPARATION FOR THE
VISIT BY THE IRS
2.1 Disconnect from all government franchises and licenses
2.2 Immunize yourself and organize your planned response
2.3 Protect your privacy and data
2.4 Secure your computer and back up your data
2.5 Make yourself invisible
2.6 Understand the legal territorial limits upon IRS jurisdiction
2.7 Understand the nature of the income tax as an excise tax
upon the privileged "trade or business" franchise
3. RESPONDING TO A TELEPHONE
CALL FROM THE IRS
3.1 Getting your telephone setup to record
3.2 Answering to the call
4. WHAT TO DO WHEN THE
IRS/DOJ COME KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR
4.1 What to expect during the visit
4.2 Initial response to the visit
4.3 Confronting the Agents
4.4 After the Visit
4.5 The funny way to handle the IRS when they visit at a summons
5. WHAT TO DO IF THE IRS
APPROACHES YOUR SPOUSE
6. WHAT TO DO DURING AN
IRS/GOVERNMENT SEARCH , SEIZURE, OR RAID
6.1 Authority of IRS Agents
6.2 Search Warrants
6.3 Seizure and Forfeiture of Property
6.4 Protecting Yourself from Searches and Seizures
6.5 Tricks you can expect during the raid and how to deal
7. APPENDIX A: TREASURY
8. APPENDIX B: IRS DUE
PROCESS MEETING HANDOUT
8.2 Enforcement regulations worksheet
8.3 Discovery regulations worksheet
9. APPENDIX C: IRS PAMPHLET
ENTITLED "WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SECTION 1203: TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT
10. APPENDIX D: 40 U.S.C.
11. APPENDIX E: TREASURY
DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION CHART
12. APPENDIX F: FORMS
12.1 FORM 1: Agreement ot Abide by Enacted Federal Law
12.2 FORM 2: Visitor Record
12.3 Personal Property Ownership Affidavit
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