Owing tax debt to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is a serious issue for many Americans. With the passing of stricter tax regulations and the closing of certain well known loopholes, it is unfortunately becoming much easier to fall into IRS tax debt. However, if you owe back taxes to the IRS, don’t despair. There are methods by which you can work with the IRS in order to lessen your tax debt, and bring your account into good standing. A qualified, professional tax attorney will be able to guide you in your negotiations with the IRS, and help you to erase your debts. Owing money to the IRS does not mean permanent bankruptcy.
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The first thing you should understand is that the IRS is more than willing to work with most individuals who owe back taxes. Unless you are a convicted criminal actively being investigated by the IRS, or the CEO of some corporation which has hidden money overseas, you need not worry that you will go immediately to federal prison. You should relax, consider the situation calmly, and consult the advice of a qualified tax attorney who can help you to negotiate a settlement with the IRS which will satisfy all parties.