Helping You Protect Your Interests Against Your Spouse and the IRS
If you file a joint return with your spouse, then you become jointly and severally liable for the taxes on that return. This means that you and your spouse are individually responsible for the entire tax due on your joint return.
You remain jointly and severally liable, and the IRS can still collect them from you, even if you later divorce and the divorce decree states that your former spouse will be solely responsible for the tax. Kresch Tax Resolution Services can help you with this problem. See: Types of Joint Return Relief.
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