The IRS Doesn't Have Enough Money

According to Nina Olson, with the National Taxpayer Advocate service, the IRS is BROKE. What does this mean? It means more work is getting done by computers and less is getting done by actual employees. In fact, good luck getting ahold of anyone helpful at the IRS now. It seems that the IRS budget cuts will mean longer hold times than ever this tax season. IRS employees are overworked, underpaid, and grouchy about it already. Imagine how much worse it can get!

Even the IRS seems concerned with the lack of taxpayer protection these IRS budget cuts have caused. It seems that identity theft sky-rocketed with the 2011 electronically filed returns, and there isn't much they can do about it with so little money. Their concern may have more to do with what a 72% increase in returns marked as fraudulent by their computers will do to their over-taxed (pun mostly intended) employees.

Sometimes, people ask me why they shouldn't just handle their tax problems on their own. Well, there is the good possibility that you do not have the required tax knowledge to put yourself in the best situation. Another big reason is this, it takes a GREAT deal of time to do all of this accurately yourself. Just finding out what your current IRS status is could take you hours. Do you really have the time and resources to tackle your tax problems and get the tax relief you deserve?

My team at Tax Defense Network spends countless hours diligently dealing with the good, the bad, and the ugly that comes with the IRS tax resolution process. They can spend 10-12 hours a day dealing with these hassles, because it is their job. They also do it, because they care.

If you need help, call 888-415-1337 or fill out the form for a free consultation. You will get help from someone who genuinely wants to help, as opposed to waiting hours for someone who is paid to get as much money as they can from you.

Labels: ,