How Good People Solve Bad IRS Problems - Nick Nemeth - Manual / Resource - Page 33
End Your IRS Problems
Chapter 8: Three
Things You Should
Never Say to the IRS
Pay particular attention to this chapter if you want
to end your IRS problems WITHOUT MAKING THEM
WORSE. Remember this -some things are always
better left unsaid when it comes to the IRS.
1. Never Tell the IRS Anything-Unless They Have
Specifically Asked for the information!
This is a Biggie!!! You must learn to give the IRS only
what they specifically ask for - and NOTHING ELSE.
The IRS thrives on taxpayers with big mouths. Do
not fall into the trap of thinking the IRS is trying to
help you. They are not. Do not become friendly with
an IRS employee and offer more information than is
Also -be aware that you have the right to say
nothing and to have an attorney talk to them on your
behalf. Don’t be afraid to stop talking or providing
information to the IRS -at ANY time.
If you are concerned and/or scared ... just tell the IRS
employee that you are dealing with that, you have
decided to retain an attorney. Politely refuse to answer
any more questions or to provide any additional
information until after you have met with a legal