IRS Gets Too Much Time To Go After Transferred Assets

Law360, New York (November 19, 2013, 1:53 PM EST) -- The IRS has a wide variety of tools to collect taxes but, as with most creditors, experiences problems when the debtor/taxpayer transfers assets to a third party. Section 6901 of the Internal Revenue Code provides one solution: using the normal IRS administrative processes to assess and then collect from transferees. Alternatively, the IRS can proceed directly to court without assessing the transferee and seek to set aside the transfer and treat the property transferred as still owned by the transferor (taxpayer)....

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