For taxpayers with income at or below certain levels, the Internal Revenue Service announced that user fees for payment-installment agreements will hold steady in 2007.
The agency announced changes to some user fees in November -- the first increases since the fees were implemented in 1995 -- saying that the Office of Management and Budget has directed federal agencies to charge fees reflecting the full cost of goods or services that convey special benefits to recipients beyond the general public.
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