Denver IRS Office to Hire 15 New Revenue Officers - Boxelder Consulting

Denver IRS Office to Hire 15 New Revenue Officers by End of Year

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    In prior articles, we’ve covered how the Biden Administration’s infrastructure bill proposes an $80 billion budget increase to the IRS over the next 10 years to enforce tax collections. And while the bill is expected to pass through the House of Representatives soon, it probably won’t become law until at least early October.

    But the IRS is not waiting for Congress.  In Colorado, the IRS is already ramping up its workforce ahead of the budget increase. Denver’s IRS office has hired seven new Revenue Officers in just the past month.  We’re hearing that they expect to hire at least fifteen more before the end of the year.

    If you or a loved one are behind on your tax filings, or owe money to the IRS – now’s the time to act, before the revamped IRS comes knocking. Give us a call at 303-317-6111 for a free tax consultation. Boxelder can help you make a plan, file your missing returns, and take proactive steps to resolve your tax debt.

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    Tom Conradt

    Co-Founder, IRS Collections Defense Attorney

    Tom Conradt is the co-founder of Boxelder Consulting & Tax Relief, and has been practicing IRS Collections defense law for the past ten years. Graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Tom is the lead IRS Collections Defense Attorney and heads the tax resolution department. Tom’s favorite part about working at Boxelder Consulting is hearing about the relief that clients experience after they sign up and start seeing immediate results on their case. Tom enjoys all the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer, including skiing, hiking and climbing. He is also looking forward to the return of indoor pickup basketball.

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