Tax Debt Relief
These taxes are counted and filed according to the SFR or ‘Substitute for Return’. The Internal Revenue Service takes the responsibility of filing taxes for those who themselves are not interested in filing or paying the taxes.
There may be several reasons for not filing the tax return. First one is always the negligence of the individual or unwillingness to pay taxes. But there may be something else like some serious disease or anyone’s death in the family.
At the same time, it is also possible that the individual has misunderstood the tax laws and the filing procedure. It may be the case that the financial conditions of the taxpayers are not good enough.
The reasons may be anything but the due tax must be paid. The tax debt relief programs have been designed to tackle such situations and the individual may place an appeal to the Internal Revenue Service Taxpayer Advocate Program. At the same time, one may go to a professional attorney and can ask for assistance.
There are several factors of assistance, which are covered by the tax debt relief. Among these there are the following:
- Wage Garnishment
- Bank Levies
- Innocent Spouse Involvement
- Payroll Tax Problems