If You Owe IRS Back Taxes, Don’t Wait to Be Ratted Out by a Whistleblower as IRS Ramps up Increasingly Aggressive Push for Compliance
Although April 15th has already come and gone this year it might be too soon to let out a sigh of relief.Â The IRS is coming down hard on non-compliant taxpayers. They’ve recently ramped up the Whistleblowers Program–a form of tattle-tail for adults–that could result in an extensive and frustrating battle between you and the IRS if you’ve neglected obtaining IRS Tax Relief and still owe back taxes.
The Whistleblowers Program is meant to encourage taxpayers to report their unpaid taxes before somebody else does.Â In order to ensure the program will work, the system also comes with incentives for the tattle-tail, or in this case, whistleblower.
As noted by Kelly Erb in her recent article on WalletPop, if the whistleblower has filed a credible claim, he/she can be rewarded up to 30% of the amount collected in millions.Â The typical award being 15% of the amount collected in millions. This type of stipend encourages even close friends and family to be mini-IRS agents meaning you’re never fully freed from tax season.
If you owe back taxes avoid being vulnerable to these aggressive IRS tactics by ensuring that you are taking the right steps to achieve IRS tax relief.Â The IRS will hold you accountable if you are caught.Â The only way to truly gain peace of mind is to take advantage of tax relief services.
Tax Resolution Services are experts in tax relief, and can help protect you from potential whistleblowers.Â If you owe $15,000 or more in delinquent taxes to the IRS, visit www.TaxResolution.com or call (818) 774-1813 for a free tax relief consultation.
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