I was unable to find specific information regarding changes in “Helpful Evidence” on the IRS website. It’s possible that the term may not directly correspond to a known program, procedure, or document associated with the IRS or its operations. However, if “Helpful Evidence” refers to a specific aspect of IRS procedures or programs, additional context or details might help in providing a more accurate and helpful response.
If you are referring to evidence submission for a particular IRS program or procedure, it might be helpful to provide the name of that program or procedure, or any other details that could assist in locating the relevant information.
If “Helpful Evidence” refers to a particular document or guideline issued by the IRS, providing the document number or any other identifying information could also be helpful.
Information of potential use to the IRS concerning a scheme includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Aliases, if any
- Date of Birth
- Addresses and other contact information
- Social Security Number and/or Employer Identification Number
- Financial information, including the location of assets and bank accounts
- Documentation concerning the alleged violations and the location of same
- Description of scheme