Beware of IRS Special Agents Asking About Offshore Bank Accounts

Beware of IRS Special Agents Asking About Offshore Bank Accounts (Golding & Golding) Beware of IRS Special Agents Asking About Offshore Bank Accounts IRS special agents are a sneaky bunch. The agents move pretty stealthily through the pre-investigation face in order to compile enough information to determine whether or not they want to further investigate and “interview” you.   This may mean interviewing your Bank, CPA, or other professional – without your knowledge. Interview is more of a misnomer, because in reality when they confront you, it will feel more like an interrogation. Their goal is to obtain enough information sufficient to make their case, along with a recommendation for criminal prosecution. No matter how slick you are, or how good you are with your words it is never — in the history of the world —  a good idea to speak with the IRS special agents. This is especially true when the matter involves offshore and foreign…

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