The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can spark fear in a person just by sending a letter or making any type of contact about IRS tax debt. Pittsburgh residents who are dealing with this issue and are told they owe payments on their taxes will be worried about what the future holds. This is compounded if they are already having financial problems and cannot make their payments for credit cards, mortgages, automobiles and more. Fortunately, bankruptcy can help with tax debt.
With the dawn of a new year, celebrations quickly recede into the past and everyday concerns for the present and future rise again. Part of that is inevitable worry about tax time in April. For some Pittsburghers, this is based on being behind in tax payments. Those who are confronted with IRS tax debt could think about the potential penalties they will face if they do not pay, but are also thinking about not having the funds to clear that debt.