Statute of limitations on collections

If you money to the IRS, you have taxpayer rights. Your rights are in the the Internal Revenue Code, which has laws that limit the power of the IRS collection division to collect, levy and destroy. An IRS collection agent cannot always do what he wants, when he wants. These laws protect you from the collection […]

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You are finally on good terms with the IRS – you agreed to a monthly payment plan, and have been filing and paying your taxes on time, as you are required to do. With that, the IRS should leave you alone, right? Not necessarily. The IRS has the right to review an installment agreement, and […]

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What if you can afford a monthly installment agreement with the IRS, but your payments will not ever repay what you owe? The good news is that the IRS will give you a payment plan – and leave you alone – even though you cannot pay them back. The IRS calls this partial pay installment […]

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Will my IRS debt ever just go away?  Will there ever be a time that the IRS will just leave me alone? Yes, and yes. The collection of most every IRS debt eventually ends, and that would include yours.  This is called the statute of limitations on IRS collections.  The Internal Revenue Code gives the […]

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Currently not collectible status protects you from the IRS, stopping levies, threatening letters and collection enforcement.  It forces the IRS to simply leave you alone without requiring any payment on your end. The IRS will consider your account to be currently not collectible if we provide them a collection information statement verifying that there would […]

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Proceeding blindly is something that you rarely want to do with the IRS. If you owe back taxes, or have unfiled returns, or are in any way concerned about an IRS problem, it’s best to first find out what the IRS knows about you. What is the IRS doing on your account?  What can they […]

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