In a June 10 letter to the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Oversight, the IRS said it plans to notify individuals whose assets were seized because of suspected financial structuring abuses as far back as October 2009 that they may be able to recover their assets from the government.  These individuals, involved in 700 cases, may then petition the IRS to regain some or all of their assets.  The IRS plans to mail notices in administrative forfeiture cases this week, and civil judicial forfeiture cases by June 17.