Re: IRS Manual/ Document 6209

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Posted by Carlos on November 01, 1997 at 10:42:59:

In Reply to: Re: IRS Manual/ Document 6209 posted by Common Right Group on November 01, 1997 at 02:19:07:

: : Using a FOIA request I got a copy of the 1994 version of IRS Document6209.
: : In it are references to an IR Manual and to "LEM's". Does anyone know where
: : I can get copies of these documents? I'm deciphering/decoding my own
: : IMF.
: : Thanks,
: : Carlos

: IRM can also be gotten using FOIA under the justification of "understanding administrative procedures."
: We don't know what an LEM is, but that information should also be available via FOIA. As you undoubtedly know from obtaining the 6209, you'll probably have to pay.
: By the way, the last we heard, the 6209 was hitting wallets for about $65 when provided under FOIA. Is this number still true?

Thanks for the prompt response. I paid $65 for the 6209 and I got it from the SeattleDistrict Director. Just after posting my query, I was thumbing through my old copy of D. J. Pilla's Taxpayor's Ultimate Defense Manual and lo and behold on page 18 was my answer
on how to acquire a copies of the IR Manual. Thanks for the help.

Is their a website for Otto Skinner? I'm using Eddie Kahn's method in my encounters with the IRS. I got as far as the group manager with my questions which remain unanswered. I have addressed the same questions to the District Manager and Branch Manager along with a
complaint about my treatment at my last meeting with the group manager. I also forwarded a copy of that letter to the Senate Finance Committee as an example of mistreatment.

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