If you don’t deal with the IRS using any of the options discussed in Chapter 6, “When You Owe the IRS,” you are likely to face IRS enforced collection measures.
According to the IRS, 15% of all taxpayers owe back taxes. And this figure includes only people who have actually filed tax returns.
You lost your audit and did not reach a settlement with the IRS on appeal. What’s next? You have two choices—you can accept your fate or you can go to court.
The IRS has an administrative procedure for appealing unagreed examination reports to an IRS Appeals Office. The appeals office has nearly 2,000 employees.
Over 50% of all people file annual federal income tax returns before April 1 of each year. According to the IRS, about 10% don’t file at all.
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