Got tax issues with Uncle Sam? I’ve got good news!

Got tax issues with Uncle Sam? I’ve got good news!

The IRS has extended an invitation to tax payers who have tax issues and who are looking for a way to settle up with Uncle Sam. Come on down to the IRS open house this weekend and see if you can resolve your issues:

Below is their announcement:
The IRS is hosting an open house Saturday, June 5, at 200 Taxpayer Assistance Centers nationwide from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. local time. The open house will offer assistance to taxpayers who may have recently received an IRS notice or have other tax problems. This open house is one of several Saturday events the IRS is offering to help taxpayers who may need federal tax assistance, but who are unable to come in during normal business hours. IRS locations will be equipped to handle a number of tax-related issues including notices and payments, return preparation, audits and a variety of other issues. At the May 15 open house, 97 percent of the taxpayers who came in for help had their issues resolved the same day. Several recent tax law changes, coupled with applicable tax credits, may provide additional help to many taxpayers. If you live in an area participating in the open house, please share the information about this special event. Encourage people you know — family, friends and neighbors — to visit a TAC if they need help with their federal tax issues. Locations in Georgia include:

Albany: 235 Roosevelt Ave.
Albany, GA 31701

Atlanta: (Koger) 2888 Woodcock Blvd.
Atlanta, GA 30341 Atlanta: (Summit) 401 W. Peachtree St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30308 Augusta: 2743 Perimeter Pkwy.
Augusta, GA 30909 Columbus: 3604 Macon Rd.
Columbus, GA 31907 Macon: 640 North Ave.
Macon, GA 31211 Savannah: 120 Barnard St.
Savannah, GA 31401 Smyrna: 1899 Powers Ferry Rd.
Atlanta, GA 30339

If you have questions about the dischargeability of your federal income taxes in bankruptcy, call Attorney McDuffie at (404) 421 3706 to get your questions answered. Here’s a link to a blog post I wrote last year that summarizes the rules–Taxes and Bankruptcy.