How to reach out to cap program in the US
A CAP program is a tool designed to help people who can’t afford to pay the fines imposed by the Internal Revenue Service.
It helps people with limited financial resources find a local credit union and apply for help.
The CAP program has been in use since 2004 and it has been described as the most comprehensive way to get out of fines that the IRS imposes on people who are caught by mistake.
The program helps people who don’t have any financial resources and have little financial resources, but can afford to be fined $1,000, a $50 filing fee and an additional $25 penalty if the money is in arrears.
But the CAP program may not be a panacea for everyone.
For example, a couple who are currently paying the $500 fines but are planning to apply for free help in the future may not qualify for the program.
A recent survey by the advocacy group Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting found that only 8 percent of people who were not eligible for the CAP Program were able to find a credit union willing to help them out.
As of this month, the CAP had been implemented in only 19 states and Washington, DC.
The majority of states, however, are not using it.