If you didn’t file your 2021 tax return this past April and you asked for the extension, remember the extension deadline is October 17th.

By all means, you want to avoid that very stiff failure to file a penalty plus the other interest.

Just a reminder — when you have a tax debt it just grows and grows until you take action and we can help you with the Fresh Start Initiative and the Offer In Compromise program. 

Don’t miss your opportunity to apply for tax relief – take our free survey to see if you’re qualified to have your tax debt significantly reduced.

But let’s get back to filing your 2021 return. You may have to include paperwork on those special unemployment benefits received during the Covid pandemic. And unfortunately, there’s no tax break on those unemployment benefits for 2021. There was a tax break on the unemployment benefits in 2020 but they were not extended.


If you’re way behind on getting your 2021 tax forms together or you need help with your tax bill we can help you with our professional services. There is the Fresh Start Initiative and the Offer In Compromise program that might fit your situation.

Click on our links and don’t wait till the October deadline is near. Getting an early start gives us a chance to get a faster resolution for you. 


To ensure you do not miss out on your chance to get rid of your tax debt once and for all:

  1. Click Here to complete our free survey
  2. Speak to a Verified FreshStartInfo Partner for a FREE Consultation
  3. Discover how much your tax debt can be reduced through the IRS Fresh Start Program