Taxpayers have plenty of options to handle their back tax debts, but taxing authorities don’t necessarily want to aid these taxpayers. If the taxing authorities are evasive, it is in an effort to keep the taxpayer in the dark, so as to collect the most amount of money possible from said taxpayer. The longer a debt remains unpaid, the more penalties and interest continue to accrue on the account, allowing the taxing authority to collect more money once the taxpayer finally begins to pay. If the taxing authority was upfront and honest with every taxpayer, they would collect less money, despite helping the taxpayers become compliant. United Tax Help has the answers to all of your tax related questions. If clarification is what you need, you’ve come to the right place.