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Owe The IRS? Former IRS Agent Tells You What You Need to Know to Deal With the IRS.

Jim Buttonow and I met recently and had a chat about tax relief companies and what people need to know about how to deal with tax problems.

Bear in mind, this interview was recorded prior to the latest FTC announcement that enforcement action against tax relief companies will be suspended for now.

Jim Buttonnow from EasyIRS.com and I talk about tax relief companies and the issues that consumer face when dealing with tax problems.


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Steve Rhode

Steve Rhode is the Get Out of Debt Guy and has been helping good people with bad debt problems since 1994. You can learn more about Steve, here.

4 Comments

  • That fact is: The IRS will only consider an offer in compromise when it is for the benefit of the government. They will do a calculation to determine future earnings of the individual requesting an OIC – offer in compromise. And of course will try to determine assets and availability of loans.

  • That fact is: The IRS will only consider an offer in compromise when it is for the benefit of the government. They will do a calculation to determine future earnings of the individual requesting an OIC – offer in compromise. And of course will try to determine assets and availability of loans.

  • TV and radio advertisements make it sound so easy to erase IRS tax debt so your guest Jim Buttonow’s “foul ball” analogy put this stress in langauge that I can relate to. I learned a lot from your interview with Jim.
    Steve, this is the first time I have heard of the condition, FBS. I think you have something with this concept, of course it makes me think of a former Charlotte, NC area pastor who experienced this in the Eighties when he faced multiple scandals – including issues with the IRS. (Those reading this comment need to listen to the interview to understand what Steve means by FBS – it is well worth it!).

    Thank you for letting us know about new products like http://www.easyIRS.com.

  • TV and radio advertisements make it sound so easy to erase IRS tax debt so your guest Jim Buttonow’s “foul ball” analogy put this stress in langauge that I can relate to. I learned a lot from your interview with Jim.
    Steve, this is the first time I have heard of the condition, FBS. I think you have something with this concept, of course it makes me think of a former Charlotte, NC area pastor who experienced this in the Eighties when he faced multiple scandals – including issues with the IRS. (Those reading this comment need to listen to the interview to understand what Steve means by FBS – it is well worth it!).

    Thank you for letting us know about new products like http://www.easyIRS.com.

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