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Old 07-28-2012, 11:10 AM
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IRS offers tax relief for US citizens residing abroad who owe little tax!

IRS offers tax relief for US citizens residing abroad who owe less than $1,500 in tax for a year and come voluntarily and file tax returns for the past 3 years along with the past 6 years of foreign account disclosure forms.

Clearly, according to the IRS, these taxpayers would have to pay back taxes along with interest, but these taxpayers will escape any potential penalties.

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