IRS currently not collectible status

Can’t pay your IRS tax debt? Currently Not Collectible Status May Be an Option Are you falling behind on filing tax returns, paying taxes, or both? The IRS may give you a break if you are found to be experiencing extreme financial hardship.  They may place certain delinquent tax cases in a “currently-not-collectible” (“CNC”) status,…

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Tempted to finally look into settling your tax debt? It can work and now is a good time to take advantage of the IRS offer in compromise program. An offer in compromise acceptance by the IRS, however, is not automatic. It can be quite difficult and should be carefully approached. There is no specific magic…

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Here is the typical scenario: Wife incurs tax debt prior to marriage and never pays it off. She then marries Husband years later. The IRS starts to collect upon her again. She and her husband start to wonder whether his bank accounts, assets and wages are at risk for levy and wage garnishment. Huge fighting…

  In order to qualify for an IRS settlement or IRS payment plan in certain cases the IRS not only looks at your income and assets, but also your “necessary” monthly living expenses. Of course they do because your income minus your living expenses equals your monthly cash flow. They want to know how much…

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