Can an IRS agent walk up to your front door if you’ve posted a “No trespassing” sign on the property?
In a memo to its field agents, the IRS says that its revenue agents don’t necessarily have to back off, especially if there’s nothing blocking their way. However, if the property is fenced in, a special agent may be asked to accompany the tax collector. (IRS Office of Chief Counsel Memorandum 2012-03)
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