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Frequently Asked Questions
The IRS offers a program to those who can not afford to repay their tax debt. Those who qualify for this program must be unable to repay the debt in the time frame given by the IRS.
Wage Garnishment Release
Your liability is satisfied and the garnishment is lifted.
The IRS may assess a variety of penalties on your tax account including late filing and late payment fees. Sometimes the penalties dwarf the actual tax debt.
Installment agreements can make paying tax debt much easier. This agreement allows you to pay your tax debt in installments.
A payment agreement whereby the total number of payments made to the IRS is less than the total amount of tax due, when full payment cannot be completed prior to the expiration of the statute of limitations.
It’s when a lien is imposed by law upon property you own to secure debt repayment. This means giving up your rights and allowing the IRS to claim and sell your property in order to clear the debt.
This does not remove the lien, however it allows other creditors to move ahead of the IRS. This may make it easier to receive a loan or mortgage.
Your tax liability is satisfied and the lien is released.
When you have repaid your tax debt or gone over the time limit, the bank levy is released.
You filed a joint return, the tax due is understated, you didn’t know, so it is unfair to hold you liable.
Assigned by the IRS when someone cannot pay due to a temporary hardship.
Usually, the time limit where the IRS have opportunity to collect taxes and levies is 10 years. The start time can vary for each action taken.
The Office of Appeals is separate from and independent of the IRS Collection Office.
You may file an administrative appeal with the IRS under four circumstances. For complete information, check under IRS 220.127.116.11.
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