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Credit card debt? Bankruptcy may not be necessary

If your credit card debt is overwhelming, you may have considered many alternatives to resolve the situation. Perhaps you have taken a second (or third) job, cut out extra expenses or borrowed from family members. Maybe you are like many who use one credit card to pay the balance on another credit card, but often these methods only dig the hole deeper.

The IRS is delegating tax collection duties

When people are already under the pressure of high debt, it may be easier for them to fall victim to schemers who use even more pressure to get them to turn over the money. If you have received such calls, you know how intimidating they can be, perhaps threatening you with terrifying consequences.

Negative tax audit results? Maybe you should file an appeal

Not many situations can strike the same type of fear that you and many other Nevada residents may feel as when you get a notice of an IRS audit. Because dealing with the IRS in any form can cause anxiety and stress, the idea of an audit may leave you feeling at a loss. If the outcomes of an audit suggest that you owe the government more money, you may feel especially disheartened by the situation.

The letter from the IRS that you dreaded appeared in your mailbox

You opened your mailbox and you see a letter. The return address indicates it's from the IRS. As you nervously open the letter, your anxiety increases when you realize that the IRS wants to audit you. You immediately begin to wonder where all the receipts and paperwork are that you used to do your taxes.

You have reached the tipping point with a tax lien

The Internal Revenue Service does not mess around. They want their money, and if they say you owe them money, they will do what they have to in order to claim that amount. Similarly, local and state tax bureaus often take drastic steps if you have not paid the money you owe.

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