I know I should check my e-mail more often, if for nothing else great "what the ..." chuckles like this press release touting a beat-the-IRS "Reality Drama" it says is a cross between "Intervention" and "Extreme Home
The hook this time is a "real life Ex- IRS agent, who one day realized he
could no longer be apart of an organization that destroyed people's lives; that
it was time to become the IRS (+) Hitman for the American People."
Since it is a prospective TV show, let's go to the video:
Awright! A family band of brothers (can you say post-adolescent wannabe Jonas boys?), a black motorcycle, a bluesy harmonica track under the bike's roar, sound bites of perceived IRS audit atrocities. Classic television!
Who could ask for more ... except maybe a runaway weather balloon?
The e-mail message I got noted that the show is seeking more narcissists taxpayers who need the IRS Hitman's self-promotion publicity help. If you're interested, the show's website has a casting link -- which, by referring to folks facing tax trouble as "cast members" rather than "clients" is a clue, to me anyway, as to what's important here.However, if you really are in a tough spot with the IRS, I suggest you find a tax professional who doesn't want head shots along with your tax paperwork.
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