2010 Tax Return
Someone who has not filed his 2010 tax return may be a little nervous. The IRS, the most ruthlessly efficient collection agency in the country, tends to take a dim view of people who do not file their tax returns in any year. The organization wants to make sure the government gets the money it feels that it’s owed. Whether or not the taxes are fair or not is an irrelevant issue. The government needs to make sure it has the funds it needs to continue running. This is especially true with the current national debt. It may seem to be a little clichéd, but filing 2010 tax returns can change your life.
It will not bring the great change promised by certain self-help pundits, but it certainly will bring relief. A person does not need to lie awake at night wondering if he has filed his taxed properly or if he is going to suffer from any unwanted visits from the IRS agents. He may prefer to think of the agents as men in black, but that is unlikely to bring a person any comfort. Fortunately, the IRS will do its best to make it easy for a person who owes back taxes to give it money, even if the amount it is demanding is not in line with what the person thinks he owes. Filing his 20120 taxes can prevent a larger problem down the road.