Good news for American taxpayers who have an outstanding IRS Tax Debt: IRS is still accepting a large number of requests for settlements of delinquent back taxes from taxpayers who are in financial distress and cannot pay their back taxes in full. However, it is a pity that even a huge number of American citizens are possibly qualified for IRS tax relief programs, yet only a small percentage has managed to settle and benefit from these programs. This article not only explores the mistakes made by the individuals who owe IRS back taxes but also explains the best line of attack to resolve your IRS problems.
Although the Internal Revenue Service is offering the taxpayers having back tax problems a solitary opportunity to say goodbye to their tax debt for good, it neither advertises nor suggests that taxpayers should make the use of their offerings. This clearly depicts that the IRS is more eager to recover its full amount instead of providing you the relief. Therefore, most of the taxpayers in financial hardship are not aware of this golden opportunity.
On the other hand, the major reason for taxpayers not being able to enjoy the tax debt settlement offer by IRS is not awareness. In fact majority of taxpayers shamble their case themselves by taking wrong steps, incorrect paperwork and various other mistakes. At the end of the day, these taxpayers have to pay much more than the actual amount owed or end up doing nothing at all.