Income Tax Debt Relief

Income tax debt relief can take many forms when you?re ready to negotiate with the IRS. When you don?t have the money to pay your income taxes, it can seem hopeless as the IRS notices pile up on the desk. But the truth is here are several ways to come to agreement with the IRS when seeking help with tax that are due.

Breathing Deeply

When you are seeking income tax debt relief, the first thing you should do is take a deep breath. While you?re breathing deeply, you should also be considering the hiring of a tax negotiator. Though you can seek relief on your own, using an expert negotiator is really the only way to know for sure you have negotiated the best settlement possible.

The fact is the IRS is going to get as much money from you as possible even knowing they have full authority to relieve your debt. The IRS operates just like a collection agency, and the goal is to maximize revenue. After all, the IRS as an agency is judged by how much money it collects.

Unfortunately, it?s also an agency that goes after what it sees as easy money. The people who can afford expensive tax attorneys make the IRS spend a lot of agency money in terms of agent salaries. A complicated tax case can take years to settle and in the meantime the agency isn?t collecting any money.

Now compare the complicated collection cases to most middle-income cases. An agent can audit and negotiate dozens of tax debts with little resistance, because most people are afraid of the power of the IRS. That?s why a tax negotiator can be so helpful in even relatively small tax debt cases, because they give the middle class taxpayer representation.

Exhale Slowly

When you need income tax debt relief, there are several options which can be pursued.

  • Submit an installment agreement
  • Seek uncollectible status
  • Make an Offer in Compromise

But before any of these actions are taken the amount of the debt itself should be negotiated. The lower you can get the tax amount owed, the quicker you?ll be able to pay off the IRS.

A tax negotiator can act as an intermediary between you and the IRS. Income tax debt relief is possible, but the amount of relief depends upon dealing with the IRS on as even basis as possible. Let?s face it - it?s hard to negotiate when you?re sick with worry and fear of the IRS.

Income tax debt relief means three things will occur. First, the debt is renegotiated. Second, an agreement between you and the IRS is put into place. Third, the agreement puts a stop to the awful collection process as long as you meet the terms of the agreement.

When you finally get income tax debt relief, you can breathe deeply and then exhale with happiness.

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William McConnaughy is a certified public accountant with over 28 years of experience. As a former IRS Revenue Agent with a Master’s Degree in Taxation, he has helped countless individuals. Watch our video and contact William McConnaughy today for help with your tax needs.
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