Are  you struggling to pay off tax debt? All too often, taxpayers are pressured into high-cost monthly payment plans without realizing they can apply to have their tax debt reduced. 

Believe it or not, the IRS offers a lesser known program that actually reduces the amount owed by upwards of 90% in most cases. 

What’s more important, you can pre-qualify for this tax relief program in as little as 15 minutes. 

Fact: Tax Debt Can Legally Be Reduced Or Eliminated

This recently expanded federal tax relief program now allows taxpayers who qualify to reduce or eliminate their tax debt through the IRS Fresh Start Initiative.

This Fresh Start Initiative was created to protect taxpayers unable to afford their tax bill from the IRS’s predatory collection practices.

Unfortunately, a shocking number of taxpayers are discouraged by the IRS from ever applying to this program. Instead, the IRS pressures most taxpayers to enter into high-cost monthly payment plans as a solution for tax debt. 

What the IRS does not want you to know is that you can find out if you are an eligible candidate for a tax reduction in minutes. 

Fill out our Tax Relief Survey to see if you qualify for the IRS Fresh Start Program.

Who Qualifies?

To qualify for the Fresh Start Initiative, your tax debt needs to cause financial hardship. 

The Fresh Start Program recently expanded its eligibility requirements for what determines a financial hardship to allow even more people to qualify.

Right now, most Americans are facing financial hardship in one way or another. It has literally never been easier to qualify and be accepted to the Fresh Start Program. 

Even if you have been rejected from the program in the past, savvy taxpayers are taking advantage of the program’s recent expansions to reduce their tax balance and get out of debt for good. 

Here’s How You Can Reduce Your Tax Debt

  • STEP 1: Click here to pre-qualify for free.
  • STEP 2: Answer a few minutes (takes less than a minute) and a Certified FreshStartInfo Partner will present you with your eligibility options.