IRS Payment Plan in San Diego

What is an IRS Payment Plan?

A payment plan IRS in San Diego and nationwide allows taxpayers to satisfy their IRS tax debt through monthly installment payments. The total amount of your plan is determined by the amount you owe and how long the IRS will wait to collect the debt. It can be an option for those who don’t qualify for an Offer in Compromise. If you can’t afford to pay your tax debt in a lump sum, the IRS offers a partial payment installment agreement (“PPIA”) depending on your ability to pay and IRS financial standards.

To properly create an IRS payment plan, you need the best IRS tax attorney who will thoroughly evaluate your IRS tax debt and calculate the lowest monthly amount that the IRS will accept from you. Delia Law is a top trusted San Diego tax attorney law firm that has many years of experience in IRS tax debt resolution all across the country. If you’re looking for a knowledgeable professional to create a personalized IRS installment agreement,  consult our experienced attorneys now.  We resolve cases nationwide, not just in San Diego.  Our other offices are located in Los Angeles, New York City and Bethesda, Maryland.

Do You Qualify for an IRS Payment Plan?

If you owe the IRS $100,000 or less, you may qualify for an IRS installment agreement or IRS payment plan. Under the current IRS Fresh Start Program, you may qualify to pay your tax debt with 72 or 84 monthly installments. However, you must be up-to-date on the current year’s tax obligations.

These IRS payment plans also have certain drawbacks. First, penalties and interest continue to accrue until you pay your debt in full. Combining tax debt with IRS penalties can result in interest rates as high as 8% or 10% per year. Also, if your living expenses require all of your cash, the IRS will not negotiate a payment plan with you. In that situation, the hardworking attorneys at Delia Law can help you request an offer in compromise.

Don’t Try To Negotiate a payment plan IRS Alone

At Delia Law, we know that large IRS tax debt can create many problems. We personally meet with potential clients and truly care about the different challenges they are facing. Through education and compassion, we ensure you fully understand your IRS tax relief options and how to resolve your tax debt. We help you:

  • Complete a Collection Information Statement
  • Create a payment plan you can manage
  • Propose a monthly amount you can afford
  • Understand every step and every requirement you’ll face
  • Decide the best way to make payments once your plan is approvedI

Don’t Put It Off Any Longer

If you’re wondering whether you can qualify for an IRS installment agreement or IRS payment plan, don’t hesitate to contact our knowledgeable and compassionate tax relief attorneys at Delia Law. Your IRS payment plan must be submitted accurately by an experienced tax attorney or your plan could be rejected by the IRS.

Complete the no-cost consultation form to contact Delia Law for a no-cost tax attorney consultation. You can also call us directly at our San Diego Office at (619) 639-3336, our Los Angeles office at (310) 494-0100, our New York office at (646) 862-2854 or our Bethesda office at (410) 630-3336.  We can assist you nationwide.

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