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Tax Refund Check

If you owe the IRS back taxes, don’t start spending your refund before it arrives. The IRS can levy or take your refund and apply it to your tax debt.

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Man distressed with tax bill

First, it is essential to make sure you actually owe the tax due. The next step is to figure out how to pay the tax as quickly and painlessly as possible.

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In 2011, the IRS launched the Fresh Start program and has since expanded the program in the hopes of assisting more taxpayers who carry federal tax debt.

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Wage Garnishment

The IRS may collect federal taxes that are due by garnishing (levying) a taxpayer’s wages. The IRS will notify your employer to begin garnishing the wages.

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The Fresh Start program is designed so that taxpayers pay their debt in full within six years, and without a serious financial burden being placed upon them.

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Back Taxes written on a computer screen

If you owe back taxes, there are options to resolve your back taxes, and TaxAudit can help. Here are a few possible options:

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Owe Taxes

No matter the cause of each person’s tax debt, there are a number of different programs offered by the IRS to help taxpayers get back into the good books.

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Book with California Taxes written on the cover

Options are available to those who cannot pay their taxes in full by the deadline. A good line of communication with the CA Franchise Tax Board is critical.

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Man with tax burden

Having a tax bill is not a situation anyone wants to be in. Fortunately, there are ways to deal with tax debt owed to the IRS. Let's explore a few solutions.

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Tax Debt Relief

Millions of individuals and business owners in America currently have unpaid IRS tax liabilities. Here are a few items to consider for tax debt relief options.

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