TaxPersonal TaxIRS looks to ease taxpayers’ burden

IRS looks to ease taxpayers' burden

US taxman looks at ways to ease taxpayer payment issues due to the economic crisis

The US taxman is looking to help taxpayers struggling to meet their
commitments due to the economic crisis.

The Internal Revenue Service will offer some payment flexibility to
taxpayers, which could include deferrals or adjusting payments.

Its free online filing system will be expanded to practically all taxpayers,
reported
WebCPA.

Due to housing market uncertainty, it will also consider not necessarily
relying on previous real estate valuations to judge a person’s ability to pay.

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