Aside from the environmental issue the IRS is promoting in wasting paper, these notices also create a lot of confusion and worry.
(PRWEB) December 14, 2011
Many Americans, who have a tax debt of some sort, receive tons of notices to their homes threatening a slew of unwanted things. Wage garnishments, bank levies and liens are the most common. Then there are the generated forms showing “amount due.” Many people can get dozens of the same notice stating they owe a balance to the IRS. Now, chances are, the tax payer is well aware of a balance owed and is just not sure of how to handle the situation. Aside from the environmental issue the IRS is promoting in wasting paper, these notices also create a lot of confusion and worry.
The IRS has released a newsletter stating they intend to edit their notices so that they are less scary and easier to read. “Currently, the IRS is in the process of redesigning and revising its correspondence with taxpayers for clarity, effectiveness and efficiency. The new format includes a plain language explanation of the nature of the correspondence, clearly states what action the taxpayer must take and presents a clear, clean design.” http://www.irs.gov. Well gee, thanks. In the meantime, tax professionals can easily handle these notices on the tax payer’s behalf. The IRS sends intents before action is taken and when one is being represented by a tax professional these notions can be stopped in their tracks. The benefits of having help decipher these notices are immaculate. While things should be getting better, if the IRS does in fact make reader friendly notices, the questions on notices already received can still be answered.
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