Here’s the latest, hold onto your hats.
Earlier today an IRS agent sat in C. Steven Tucker’s living room and warned him that he should resolve the 2003 (AND 2010 -edit bfh) underpayment discrepanc(ies) as soon as possible because he could potentially have wage garnishing, a house lien or a seizure of assets.
Tucker was first informed of this dispute by letter on or about Thanksgiving.
The exhaust fumes from the government vehicle had barely dissipated from his driveway when a certified letter arrived informing him that all of the above was indeed going to happen if he didn’t send the money by December 19th.
C. Steven Tucker barely had enough time to break out his bandana, grow a dirty lumberjack beard and organize a concert in order to pay off this disputed debt.
Tucker’s attorney, a tax attorney who has 1000′s of hours of tax litigation under his belt, said that this is questionable treatment for a ten-year old claim that was just brought to the attention of a client within the last month.
Still think this isn’t the totalitarian hammer of a government intent on punishing an American citizen that disagrees with the policies of the president?