Question by  hanaalami (30)

What are some tips you can give me for an internal revenue interview?

I have an interview coming up, and I would like some pointers.


Answer by  TracyS (186)

Make sure you dress nicely, but don't make yourself uncomfortable either. Bring every bit of documentation you have available, they will want to see anything you have. Don't lie, it will only make things harder in the long run. And finally relax, it's scary but they are just trying to figure everything out, not attack you!


Answer by  sarah1967 (626)

The most important thing to do for an Internal Revenue Interview is to have a trail of paper work. Have receipts and documentation for everything.


Answer by  TJenkins602 (656)

For your interview, dress nicely, give good eye contact, and bring every form of documentation that you can. Be open and honest about everything. Don't lie about anything. Also, show some interest in the job by asking some questions.


Answer by  johnresa (2455)

The best thing you can do is remain calm and level headed. Also, make sure that you are forthcoming and honest during your interview,


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

If you are having a job interview there, have your bills current and your credit report clean. If you are under audit, have full documentation of all charges and taxes.


Answer by  Brett (7986)

Be professional (with your appearance and speech), and be very honest and forthright, as this is a policy which they very much stand by.


Answer by  Rani60 (351)

Top Interview questions is how to answer them. or "Tell me about yourself. " The answers you give to this question will set the tone good, then more detail you can provide, the better your answer will be very clear and truth. Then tell us about present and previous position and work.

You have 50 words left!