tsb wrote:Wilder's advice is probably the best. Get it over with.
i know... dealt with them for several years of taxes not paid nor filed. Payroll where i was working, when i did rigght thing to get it taken care of, asked mre if i could ssurvive on $25 a week. i ? what she meant.. she said IRS has sent paperwork to garnish my entire check but $50 for every two week pay period. IRS DIDN"T contact me, they went direct to my employeer with court garnish papers. So if you want to play the hope & wait game with them, you will lose, they have the upper hand. GO TO THEM get it done IMMEDIATELY!!!! No mail or phones, These are not a legal binding agreements, just part of the proscess
, which can take months!!!!!! And it will.