Cape Girardeau, MO (PRWEB) September 1, 2007
IRSProblemsResolved.com announces that addition of a blog and articles section to its website. IPR is dedicated to helping its clients resolved whatever problem that they've encountered with the IRS. Whether it's a tax lien, wage or bank levy/garnishment, missing tax returns etc. IRSProblemsResolved is there to provide assistance in dealing with the government. The new blog and article section is just another way that IPS is providing taxpayers with real, workable solutions.
With focus on the IRS itself, the blog will present articles exploring the headlines and current issues facing US taxpayers. The IPR blog, which can be found at http://irsproblemsresolved.com/blog/?pr=083007, will be updated regularly and provide readers with information about the IRS and taxpayers' issues.
The articles can be found at http://irsproblemsresolved.com/?pr=083007. They tend to take a deeper look at some of the issues facing taxpayers and the various methods of dispute resolution that are available. The professionals at IPR know a large past due tax debt can be an intimidating thing; after all, it's not just some annoying collection agency pestering the taxpayer, it's the federal government. Both the blog and the articles demonstrate that taxpayers are not alone.
"These new resources will provide a great source of information for our friends and customers when they visit the site," says Jon Gibson, the site administrator. "We're especially excited about the blog which gives readers a place to interact with the site through its comments section."
IRSProblemsResolved.com believes that IRS or State Tax Problems can be easily resolved with the right help. Whether that problem is late taxes, wage garnishments or even property seizure, IPR has the experience and professionalism to help them fix these problems as swiftly and inexpensively as possible. Visit IRSProblemsResolved.com to see the services offered and be sure to check out our new Live Online Support. For more information contact IPR at http://irsproblemsresolved.com/contact.asp?pr=083007