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The IRS softens its heart for the financially burdened.

Posted by Rob Longenecker on January 7th, 2009

Someone reading this blog post is in financial trouble and has a tax problem. The IRS just announced a new approach to those suffering a financial setback who are willing to talk to the IRS and work something out.

I don’t like paying taxes and wait until I have to do so. I know the whole subject can be troubling. If you’re having some problems right now and could use some better news regarding a tax problem, read this news report I found today

2 Responses to “The IRS softens its heart for the financially burdened.”

  1. J. Benat Says:

    If you believe the IRS is becoming your best friend I have some swamp water in Florida to sell you. Reminds me of the frog and the scorpian joke. Being A$$ H**** is just their nature! Take it from someone who has been in their crosshairs, it’s B.S. What we need is another taxing system, either Consumption Tax or Fair Tax (I lean toward Fair Tax) and total elimination of the outdated, bloated, IRS! Let their blood sucking employees find legitmate employment elsewhere, like maybe doing road work (leaning on a shovel)on B-HO’s infrastructure scheme.

    For more information on The Fair Tax check out these sites;

    http://www.fairtax.org/site/PageServer

    http://fairtaxcalculator.org/

  2. Rob Longenecker Says:

    I knew that would get a response. I’m all for the fair tax, too.

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