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He has also written a book detailing his experiences of his life in the IRS, called IRS Whistleblower, which is available in bookstores and on Amazon. Richard also co-authored What to Do When the IRS is After You. Richard worked Offer in Compromise cases, and individual and business tax balance due cases. He made 22 successful criminal fraud investigations referrals. He also wrote a book on financial analysis for the IRS called The Asset Recovery Guide. This later became the basis for the Internal Revenue Manual Financial Analysis Handbook (IRM 5.15.1)
What People Are Saying……
I have been a client of Richard Schickel for the past two years. I have had very positive experiences dealing with this firm and its employees. Mr. Schickel and his staff are responsive to your tax needs and get the job done in a timely and accurate manner. I would recommend this firm for preparation of taxes and any problems or concerns that you may have with regard to your taxes. Being ex-IRS employees, they are very knowledgeable of tax laws and are there to give you the best advice available.
I have nothing but praise for Mr. Schickel ! He knows the IRS from the inside out. He has been very helpful with my situation , on going, with the IRS. He has shown me there is a way out of my problem, which helped to restore my sanity and made my life so much more worthwhile. I no longer live in fear of the IRS , Richard removed that awful fear I had had so many years. I will be forever grateful for Richard’s wisdom and guidance.
Richard Schickel doing business as RMS Tax Consulting was a great help to my family. He helped us solve a long running tax problem concerning a family member.
He was always available to answer our questions. I would recommend him for helping to solve any tax problems
I was at the end of my rope when I met you, and am far less crazy today than yesterday. I have nothing but praise for you. You gave me hope when I saw nothing in my future to keep going for. I will be forever grateful, no matter what happens in the future with the IRS. Later my friend,