Navigating IRS “Love Letters” This Valentine’s Day

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Navigating IRS "Love Letters" This Valentine's Day

Summary: In this special Valentine’s episode of ‘Dr. Friday Tax Tips – One Minute Moment,’ Dr. Friday, the president of Dr. Friday’s Tax and Financial firm, delves into the not-so-romantic side of February 14th by discussing the influx of IRS correspondence, humorously referred to as “love letters.” These letters can range from collection notices to errors and seizure warnings. Dr. Friday empathizes with recipients and offers her expertise to help interpret and address these daunting messages. She emphasizes the importance of taking action by consulting with her directly, highlighting potential solutions like offers in compromise. Additionally, listeners are reminded they can engage with Dr. Friday live during her call-in show every Saturday on 99.7 WTN for real-time advice.

Transcript: G’day, I’m Dr. Friday, president of Dr. Friday’s Tax and Financial firm. To get more info, go to This is a one-minute moment.

Happy Valentines. And for many of you, you may actually get some love letters in the mail. That’s right, the IRS is renowned for sending out love letters, letters for collections, letters for how you made a mistake, letters on how they’re going to seize levy, anything they really want when it comes to that. So if you are getting those kind of love letters this Valentines, one, I want to say, I’m so sorry. Two, you need to give me a call 615-367-0819. What we need to do is sit down face to face and let’s figure out what those love letters really mean. Are they collecting? Are you a non-collection? Can we do something? Offer and compromise, I’m here for you.

You can catch the Dr. Friday call-in show live every Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 p.m. right here on 99.7 WTN.