It’s already mid-April and the tax season is just about to come to a close. For those who still haven’t filed their taxes, the deadline is now just a week away, unless you’ve filed for an extension. However, the deadline to file your federal income tax return is not the only significant tax event that takes place in the month of April. The IRS recently announced that private collection of some overdue federal taxes would begin this month, as well. So what does that mean for you the average taxpayer? Actually, for most taxpayers, it means nothing, but for anyone who owes the government money and has already been contacted by the IRS previously, it could be mean some additional nagging from a private collection agency.