Passport Revocation for Certain Delinquent Taxpayers

Monday, Apr 3rd, 2017

Well, whether it’s a good idea or a bad idea, the Internal Revenue Service now has the power to cause passport non-renewal or revocation for certain taxpayers with balances above $50,000, under I.R.C. §7435.  The IRS website has a page devoted to the issue.  https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/revocation-or-denial-of-passport-in-case-of-certain-unpaid-taxes I have noticed that the IRS notices are starting to carry… Read more »

MN Commissioner’s Orders

Friday, Nov 13th, 2015

Another client recently first became aware of a MN tax debt through a collection notice – the client never received the original Commissioner’s Order.  MN practice is to send out the Commissioner’s Order through ordinary first-class mail, not certified mail.  On the IRS side, the analogous Notice of Deficiency, or the Final Notice of Intent… Read more »