The United States Congress first collected income taxes in 1862 in order to help finance the Civil War. Although the war ended in 1865, Congress never revoked the income tax laws and amended them into the Constitution a few years before World War I. In the years since then, income tax laws have become increasingly complex due to the proliferation of complex failure to pay penalties and doubt as to collectibility (or DATC) provisions which prevent taxpayers from fully paying their bills, thus keeping millions of distressed taxpayers mired in debt. Exacerbating their frustration, Irs garnishment provisions permit employers to withhold income from embittered employees who quite naturally want the IRS to stop wage garnishment. Taxpayers who desperately need back tax help and tax penalty abatement are especially frustrated by changes to the Offer in Compromise program which took effect on July 15, 2006. The program now requires taxpayers to pay a twenty percent, nonrefundable payment plus $150 in order to be considered eligible for back tax help. Many either cannot pay these high fees or receive inadequate service.
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