Check out the IRS' new options for tax-debt management. You'll drive away happy--and compliant!
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If the "new and improved" IRS doesn't impress youmuch, take another look. Changes are taking place that are designedto make it easier to pay the taxes you owe.
The IRS still expects all taxpayers to pay their taxes on timeeach year, and it still charges interest and penalties if you failto do so. Nothing new there. But if you find yourself in a realfinancial bind, there are a few payment options that have recentlybeen changed a bit to make them more customer-friendly.
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