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How to manage overwhelming tax debt

As the New Year begins, you may be checking the mail or logging into your work account to see your W-2 forms so that you can begin to estimate your taxes. Maybe you already know, without bothering to calculate, that again this year you will be adding even more debt to what you already owe the government.

Nonfiling, part 2: IRS fine-tuning program to identify nonfilers

In the first part of this post, we noted how the IRS has ways to identify you if you should have filed a tax return, but didn't. The IRS uses income matching, analyzing reports from third parties such as employers and banks on W-2s and 1099s. The IRS also knows which taxpayers have filed in the past and can compare those names to those who filed this year.

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