I don't think this is a wise idea. There is too much chance for abuse and in reality, the IRS can do it cheaper. http://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/20/business/20tax.html (you may need to go through the free registration to access this link.) I have no idea why the company below would be one of the ones selected. I can see where a smaller govenment might be the goal in outsourcing here, but when it is going to cost more money than in house collection there is certainly is no logic involved in making this decision.