Texas Tax Relief

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"I owed about $19,000.00 in combine Texas state and IRS taxes and had no money to pay. The Offer in Comprise form helped reduce that amount." -- Jackie (Texas)

Texas IRS Tax Settlement

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The IRS reported that the state of Texas, had about 11,278,559 federal tax returns filed. One can imagine with that many tax returns in TX and each tax payer averaging close to $11,455.00 in taxes, . The IRS has a special program, IRS Offer in Comprise that gives people another option.

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The bad economy has contributed to people in Texas becoming behind in paying their state income taxes, social security taxes or pay-roll taxes. If you decide to just ignore and not file, your balance of federal and Texas state taxes start to get worse and can lead to wages being garnished. The average Texas adjusted gross income in 2007 was $53,765.00. The IRS have been quietly working with people like yourself in TX to settle tax debts from everyone ranging from people who simply never filed taxes.

Whether you live in Houston or Dallas, all Texas residents can fill out the IRS Offer in Comprise form to settle their tax debt with the IRS.

Offer in Comprise

Note: You don't need to go through a professional Texas tax settlement company to settle your tax debt.

However, real IRS tax relief companies may improve your chances since they have many years of professional experience. The new FTC law that applys to Texas tax relief companies cannot charge anything unless the Texas tax settlement offer is successful.


Stop worrying about Uncle Sam and the IRS and contact a Texas tax relief professional and start the IRS Offer in Comprise process. The Offer in Comprise is considered a tax debt relief or a debt forgiveness. The Texas government will settle for less than the total balance if you can prove hardship. No matter if you owe federal taxes or Texas state taxes, tax debt settlement may be the option for you.

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