New Article: How To Handle a Tax Debt You Can’t Afford—Without Panic

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Small business owners who are unable to pay their tax bills have several avenues of relief available to them, according to the Bradford Tax Institute.

Many small business owners find themselves unable to pay Uncle Sam the money they owe him. This is undoubtedly a scary situation, but the IRS has created several relief procedures that can be used in a jam.

The Bradford Tax Institute ( in Washington, DC, has just released a new article on this topic. Five Ways You Can Fight the IRS When Your Tax Debt Is Too Big To Pay explains:

  • Why it’s dangerous to have the IRS on the trail…and what can be done to (legally) shake off the agency
  • The four IRS alternatives to bankruptcy—and which is best for a particular situation
  • When bankruptcy is a viable option, and the three criteria that must be met in order to qualify for bankruptcy relief
  • And more!

Click here ( to read the full article and get a free, no-obligation, 7-day trial to all of the tax-saving tips offered by the Bradford Tax Institute. “This trial is absolutely free and there are no strings attached,” says W. Murray Bradford, CPA, President of the Bradford Tax Institute. “That’s a personal promise.”

W. Murray Bradford, CPA, is the nation’s pre-eminent tax reduction expert, with more than 30 years’ experience helping tax advisors, one-owner businesses, and husband-and-wife businesses reduce their income taxes. He has helped over 500,000 one-owner businesses and self-employed professionals save an average of $17,700 in new tax deductions.

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