The vast majority of Americans manage to earn a tax refund from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) at the end of each year. However, there will still be many tax payers who will end up owing money to the IRS, without having the ability to satisfy this debt. If you find yourself in the situation where you owe IRS back taxes, do not give up hope. You are not entering a permanent, life long, state of bankruptcy. The IRS is willing to work with you in order to satisfy your tax debt. There are a number of ways that the IRS has set up in order for tax payers to quickly satisfy their financial obligations. A qualified tax attorney can help you discover your options and choose the one which is best for you to adopt.
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Hiring a tax attorney will enable you to examine and explore all of the options you have available to you in order to quickly and efficiently reduce your outstanding tax debt. The important thing is to establish a payment plan that will not burden you too heavily. The IRS has recently announced several new policies and programs which are specifically designed to enable tax payers to structure payments for back taxes and avoid the imposition of tax liens.