Evaluate your tax situation

How much does the IRS say you owe?

$125,000 $250,000
$125,000 $250,000
Do you have unfiled tax returns?

Evaluate your tax situation

By evaluating your tax situation, you can identify areas where you may be able to reduce your tax burden.

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Utah has been experiencing a similar issue with back taxes and aggressive collection techniques as the rest of the country. As the economy has started to recover, many people are still struggling with unpaid tax debts that have risen into the tens of thousands. Unfortunately, the IRS isn’t particularly forgiving with the amount owed, and interest rates and fees can add up quickly.

It can help to contact your UT taxpayer advocate for more information or if you believe that the debt owed is incorrect. Don’t be afraid to seek out tax relief from reputable and knowledgeable sources.

What Will the IRS Do?

When you owe money to the IRS, they have a bevy of aggressive collection techniques open to them. They aren’t required to abide by normal legal procedures and can take immediate possession of your assets without obtaining a court order. This is an extreme tactic, and not usually one that’s commonly used.

At first, the IRS will send you a number of official letters asking you to make payment arrangements. Ignoring these can lead to tax liens, wage garnishment, frozen bank accounts, and the eventual possession of your hoe or business. It’s always better to be proactive when dealing with tax problems.

Taking Steps to Protect Yourself

Owing a huge sum can be overwhelming for those behind on their taxes. Filing an offer in compromise allows you to reduce this sum and to consolidate your debt into a set number of manageable payments. This number is based on your current financial situation and can be a great way to seek tax relief for those who’ve fallen on hard financial times.

Having a spouse with tax issues can mandate innocent spouse relief, which protects one person from the tax debt of their husband or wife. There are options, and it can help to contact a tax relief professional.