IRS Collection Problems

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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You owe the IRS and would like to put past mistakes behind you and get a fresh start.  You may have heard a lot about the IRS offer in compromise program – popularized by those deep-voiced TV and radio advertisements that makes it sound like you just call the IRS, offer a number, they say […]

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If you owe the IRS money and are dealing with an IRS Revenue Officer, or even IRS Automated Collection Service, expect deadlines.  Deadlines to provide financial information, deadlines to provide unfiled returns, and deadlines for a plan for account resolution. These deadlines are serious – failure to timely comply is usually reason enough for the […]

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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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When working with an IRS Revenue Officer, there are two warning signs that levy action is imminent. The first sign is the IRS Final Notice of Intent to Levy.  This notice is required by law (Internal Revenue Code 6331) and provides a 30 day right to stop levy action by filing an administrative appeal.  The […]

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There are many options to resolve an unpaid tax liability – you can agree with the IRS to make monthly installment payments, reach a settlement with an offer in compromise, eliminate the taxes in bankruptcy, or have the IRS place your account in currently not collectible status. Let’s focus on currently not collectible. Currently not […]

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