Internal Revenue Service
Bankruptcy Specialist/Revenue Officer
January 1996 — August 2003
Investigation and collection of individual and business delinquent returns and accounts. Skip trace investigations; asset identification, investigation, seizure and liquidation; utilization of forensic accounting practices to locate and analyze assets, net worth, cash flow and potential payment sources. Develop referrals and work closely with Criminal Investigation Division (CID) in cases involving criminal activity, RICO violations, fraud, offshore banking, money laundering, and criminal income underreporting. Interpret, and Advise National Office involving statute changes and IRS policy changes. Act as On-the-Job Mentor to new hires. Interpret, prepare, present Continuing Education for Revenue Officers, Revenue Agents, outside stakeholders i.e. Enrolled Agents, CPAs, Attorneys, Judicial Personnel. Develop and refer cases to Department of Justice(DOJ) for prosecution. Act as liaison, Expert Witness, para-legal to DOJ. Monitor bankruptcy cases, advise IRS Cousel, US District Attorney, DOJ on said cases. Institute legal proceedings (via IRS Cousel, US District Attorney, DOJ) on behalf of IRS to protect the government's interest in bankruptcy
proceedings. Investigation and collection of individual and business delinquent returns and accounts on the highest dollar and most prominent individuals and companies.