Get Started For Free!
  • We Support All Major 2006 Tax Forms!
  • Prepare Your 2006 Tax For As Low As $14.99*
  • Free Trial, Pay Only When You´re Finished!
  • Get A $10 Coupon, After Completing Tax 2006!
  • Guaranteed The Easiest 2006 Tax Software
  • VeriSign Trusted Site Is VeriSign Secure! & McAfee Secure! Site Is McAfee Secure!
  • No Downloads Required To File Your 2006 Return!
Get Started With Your 2006 Tax Return! VeriSign Secure
Welcome To!
Tax 2006 Support
Free Live Chat We offer Email Support (we will respond back to you within 24 hrs) to assist you with your 2006 federal income tax return.
Fulfill Your 2006 Tax
Requirement With The IRS
You can easily complete your 2006 tax return here. If you're not 100% sure about your tax return, we offer services such as 2006 tax reviews, audit assistance, etc.
Tax 2006 Federal & State
We provide self tax preparation of both federal and state returns, our software is even design to calculate multiple 2006 state returns. You will need to download, print, sign and mail your tax return to the IRS or state since the deadline for e-filing past year tax returns has passed.
IRS Releases 2006 Tax Gap Estimates

The tax gap is defined as the amount of tax liability faced by taxpayers that is not paid on time. The Internal Revenue Service collects more than $2 trillion annually in taxes so producing an estimate of the tax gap is a major statistical effort that it undertakes every few years.

This month, the IRS released a new set of tax gap estimates for tax year 2006. The new tax gap estimate represents the first full update of the report in five years, and it shows the nation´s compliance rate is essentially unchanged at about 83 percent from the last review covering tax year 2001.

The net tax gap for 2006 is estimated to be $385 billion. The net tax gap takes into account receipts from enforcement activities and late payments.

Since IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman began his five-year term in March 2008, virtually all major initiatives launched by the IRS since 2008 have been designed to focus on the tax gap through more effective enforcement or improved service to taxpayers.

The tax gap statistic is a helpful guide to the scale of tax compliance and to the persisting sources of low compliance, but it is not an adequate guide to year-to-year changes in IRS programs or to year-to-year returns on IRS service and enforcement initiatives.

Tax gap estimates take years to produce. For example, taxpayers have until late 2007 to file 2006 tax returns, and it takes several years to measure IRS enforcement of those liabilities from 2006. Furthermore, statistically valid estimates require resource-intensive, time-consuming research gathered from a wide range of sources, including statistically selected audits of taxpayers. Other information, such as income and expenditure information from other sources, additional financial information, and information about best practices in tax return examination, supplement the audit findings.

*When purchased with a state return. -Please view the Product page for more important information about past tax products.