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Would the IRS supply sales figures submitted by someone in

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Would the IRS give a lawyer sales figures submitted by someone in their tax return to a lawyer? Would a court order be required? If not, would they check/confirm sales figures given by someone in evidence in an affidavit?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  jamest replied 8 years ago.
The IRS generally does not give out other individuals tax information without consent of the party. This is why there is always a section where you can authorize the IRS to speak to someone else regarding your return. These records may be obtainable by subpoena, if there is a case currently pending, certain states allow attorneys to give subpoenas as officers of the court, and a court order isn't required. The IRS could comply with a subpoena.
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