Hixson, TN (PRWEB) April 6, 2009
Now that the country is in a recession and people are struggling to pay their bills, the IRS has announced that it will allow their employees to be more flexible when dealing with people who have lost a job or are having business problems. Jerry Keran, an enrolled agent specializing in representing people who have tax problems doesn't see much of a difference so far, but is now representing clients to take advantage of the situation as best he can.
Since the economic crisis has continued to get worse, the IRS has stated that it is willing to go the extra mile for people who have a history of doing the right thing but have fallen on hard times. IRS tax commissioner Douglas Shulman states, "With many people facing additional financial difficulties, the IRS is taking several additional steps to help people who owe back taxes."
The way Jerry Keran of http://www.ustaxsolutionsinc.com sees it though, there hasn't really been much of a difference. He's finding that the IRS does seem to be withdrawing wage and bank levies to some extent for people who have been severely hit by the recession. "For people who have payment plans for back taxes and have lost their jobs, they will defer payments. But that's about the extent of the return to the kinder, gentler IRS," states Keran.
Unfortunately, Keran has seen the IRS grow increasingly more difficult to deal with over the years, so he doubts there will be much improvement. Even so, he claims that this is an opportunity that people with tax problems should take advantage of. Keran offers a free copy of his book on his site, The Ultimate Guide to Solving Your IRS Problem.
To learn more, visit http://www.ustaxsolutionsinc.com
About US Tax Solutions:
Jerry Keran is an Enrolled Agent, fully licensed by the federal government to represent clients before the IRS. He has been practicing for more than ten years and has represented hundreds of clients. He has helped countless people find relief from their tax problems such as tax liens and wage garnishments.
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