Archive for April 13, 2013
According to Cato Institute, 1.2 million U.S. based tax preparation professionals are in business. And of course these professionals are quite busy, since all governments that exist within the U.S. levy taxes since Britain stopped taxing the Colonies in 1776, though they do offer exemption for some kinds of properties, some types of income, and for some people. As these tax professionals keep themselves busy by offering IRS tax problem help to individuals and corporations, these taxpayers are hopeful that in getting help with tax debt they are reducing their tax bills while also resetting themselves along more fruitful and financially profitable paths.
By getting help with tax debt, these individuals are contacting one of the 1.2 million tax preparers to get help with tax problems and to effectively right a wrong that has occurred. In some instances, paperwork is the problem and some inaccuracies show up, resulting in no further action required by clients. But in most instances, the people and companies getting help with tax debt have done something bad in not paying taxes or have not done what they were supposed to in actually paying those taxes. The Constitution’s Fifth Amendment says the government which includes the IRS cannot take a person’s property without legal due process. In getting IRS back tax help or generic tax problem help from professionals, the risks of a levy or seizure against a person’s property can be avoided. The IRS has the power to levy these properties, and other assets too.