Installment agreements

You’ve made it – reached account resolution with the IRS by entering into an installment agreement to repay your taxes.  You may have had to negotiate with a local IRS Revenue Officer, or over the phone with the IRS automated collection service.  Maybe, you had minimal negotiations, made possible by qualifying for a streamlined installment […]

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If an IRS tax lien is hurting your credit, or stopping you from purchasing a house or car, the IRS offers a path to freedom. The IRS will withdraw the lien from public record in the following circumstances: 1.     The amount you owe is under $25,000.   But this is flexible – see […]

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You decide to tell the IRS collection representative what you make, give them your paystubs, and innocently list your monthly living expenses.  You would like a payment plan, and have some idea of what you can afford.  Or you do not think you can afford any payment, and would like the IRS to put your […]

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Making it through an IRS audit is stressful and anxiety ridden, but for many, it is not the end of the road in dealing with the IRS.  Many IRS audits result in balances due.  Here are my responses to great questions from a reader about dealing with IRS collections after the audit. I just finished […]

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When the IRS gets you with a levy, bad things can happen – your wages are frozen and you are looking at living without a paycheck. The money you need to pay bills is suddenly swiped out of your bank account. This presents an urgent dilemma requiring immediate relief. So, what are the two quickest […]

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Some things can be simple to negotiate with the IRS.  If you are looking for a great way to repay an income tax liability to the IRS, consider a streamlined installment agreement. Streamlined installment agreements are available to anyone who owes under $25,000 and can afford to repay their balance in five years.  If you […]

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