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Office Officer

Location:
Washington, DC
Salary:
45000 - 65000
Posted:
January 15, 2020

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Paul R Campbell

**** ****** ** #***

Temple Hills Md 20748

240-***-**** / adbbg6@r.postjobfree.com

Objective: Effectively utilize my skills and knowledge obtained as a Revenue Officer to move to the next phase of my career

Education/Training:

BA Business Administration, Virginia State University, 1982

Professional Certificate (2015)

Continued Professional Certification (2016)

Awareness and improvement (Professional Ability & Conduct) (2016)

Office of Tax & Revenue, Washington DC Mar. 1998 - Present

Revenue Officer, Special, Investigations Division

Filed incoming bankruptcy claims (Chapter 7, 11, &13), also have a great knowledge of the procedures from pre-petition of claims to its final release.

Worked with OTR’s general counsel on several potential criminal cases that used the bankruptcy laws to avoid filing mandatory withholdings and sales & use taxes, with several cases referred for prosecution.

Headed an ongoing program that was designed to target and identify city street vendors who do not file the also collected tax registration forms from vendors operating in the District of Columbia.

Helped coordinate as well as directly worked with Compliance auditors on cigarette canvass that needed a yearly average of illegal cigarettes on sale to the public.

Worked on Compliance canvas that covered the major business districts in the area, as well as major residential areas.

Office of Tax & Revenue, Washington DC July 1997- Mar. 1998

Revenue Officer, Special, Investigations Division

Contacted District O Columbia taxpayers about delinquent accounts via telephone. Set up payment agreements with them to help settle their balances owed.

Researched and eliminated problem accounts from bills with true balances, responsible for adjustments, payments and corrections. Researched credit reports, real property rolls, federal tax records, skip tracing information to help find noncompliant taxpayers.

Handled incoming calls concerning both individual and business accounts, also dealt with older tax periods that resulted in tax liens filed on accounts, concurrently searched our systems and the R.O.D. systems for payments, releases and adjustments that resulted in erroneous tax liens being filed or being opened.

Met the yearly department goal, collecting revenue of just over 1 million dollars for the year of 1998, while observing the rules and regulations of the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act. And the Collections Departments Principals and Standards.

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