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The country is still currently in one of the longest government shutdowns in its history, but on Wednesday, January 8th, 2019, the House voted to reopen the U.S. Treasury Department and the IRS. The shutdown was cause for concern for many Americans who rely on their tax refunds every year to make ends meet. The IRS announced that the begin of tax season will officially begin January 28th, 2019. While the Trump administration and the IRS claim that taxpayers should be receiving their refunds on-time as planned, this 3-week shutdown of the IRS could easily through a wrench in their plans. But for Americans who owe back taxes, the IRS reopening may not seem like good news.
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In truth, when you owe money to the IRS, the idea of a government shutdown might seem like a breath of fresh air from being harassed from constant notifications of your debt. But in reality, government shutdowns do not last forever, and when the IRS does reopen, you’re often faced with the same situation you were always in. Ignoring your tax debt is not the answer. While turning a blind eye to your debt may be enticing, the only way to get the IRS off your back is to pay them in full or play by their rules. the IRS developed the Fresh Start Program in hopes that they can find a middle ground with Americans who owe back taxes. Unfortunately, the system is highly underused. With the IRS now open, why not begin your fresh start? Seeing if you qualify is quick and easy.
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Tax season is right around the corner and with the IRS play catch up, this is the time to negotiate your tax settlement. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Qualify for your fresh start today and see how much you can save.

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