The IRS required form 433A to be filed with them to avoid a seizure of my husbands business assets. The form was filed about a month ago. I came home tonight to find a summons in the door requiring him to appear before them with "all documents and records you possess or control regarding assets, liabilities, or accounts held in the taxpayer's name or for the taxpayers benefit which taxpayer wholly or partially owns, or in which the taxpayer has a security interest. These records include but are not limited to: all bank statements, checkbooks, canceled checks, savings account passbooks, records or certificates of deposit for the period 1/1/12 to 10/31/12.
My husband has a back tax liability, but we are currently having a hard time making ends meet. What is the IRS looking for?