An IRS agent allegedly used a fake name and deception to gain access to a taxpayers home, claiming the visit was in response to “issues concerning an estate for which the taxpayer was the fiduciary” but later saying it was about delinquent returns.

The IRS agent allegedly said he ‘can be at and go into anyone’s house at any time I want to be’ after receiving more than one request from the taxpayer’s attorney to exit the home.”

“…the supervisor of the IRS agent told the taxpayer on May 4 that the decedent of the estate ‘only had one delinquent filing from 2016’ and ‘confirmed the decedent’s 1041 final return was completed and that nothing was due.‘”