If you’ve filed all your prior years – but haven’t paid – I’ve good and bad news…
The good news is you’re NOT facing any legal risk.
The BAD NEWS is that IRS charges interest rates and penalties that add up MASSIVELY.
For instance, let’s imagine someone who owes the IRS $100,000 each year for the last two years.
That’s $200,000 in liability – but with interest and penalties – it could quickly approach $280,000-300,000!
Higher Penalties Are Far from
Your Biggest Concern, Though…
Because the more money you owe the IRS, the greater your risk for enforcement action.
I’m talking about liens, levy, garnishment… even seizure of property.
If you don’t like the prospect of owing the IRS increasingly more money AND escalating levels of enforcement, where they can legally take things from you…
… then you’ll really want to consider taking action.
How We Help You Stop Escalating
IRS Debt And Enforcement
Here’s what this plan includes: