IRS Installment Agreement – IRS Payment Plan Revoked – Flat Fee Income Tax Relief Help

The IRS will allow a taxpayer to pay off an income tax debt through an installment agreement. Because interest and penalties will apply. The IRS encourages taxpayers to pay taxes immediately because the IRS is a collection agency. To “encourage” a taxpayer to pay off their past due to income tax debt, interest and penalties will be added and can equal 8% to 25% per year. If you do nothing, your overdue income tax debt could double in 4 years.

For most financially struggling taxpayers the thought of paying the entire income tax debt all at once is not possible. An installment agreement is an alternative allowed by the IRS. The IRS has four different types of installment agreements: guaranteed, streamlined, partial payment, and non-streamlined.

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Guaranteed IRS Installment Agreement

To qualify for a guaranteed installment agreement with the IRS, the taxpayer must meet the following conditions:

  • Owe less than $10,000, (not including interest and penalties);
  • In the previous five years, the taxpayer has filed tax returns, paid taxes owed, and has not entered into an installment agreement;
  • The taxpayer is unable to pay the tax liability when due;
  • The tax liability will be paid off within three years; and
  • The taxpayer must pay at least the minimum monthly payment (tax liability, interest, and penalties divided by 30)

Under this payment plan, the IRS will not file a federal tax lien against the taxpayer.

The IRS Streamlined Installment Agreement

In most cases, a taxpayer that qualifies for a guaranteed agreement will also qualify for the streamlined installment agreement. A streamlined installment agreement has the following requirements:

  • The tax liability, interest, and penalties do not exceed $25,000;
  • The balance can be paid off within 60 months; and
  • The proposed payment is equal to or greater than the “minimum acceptable payment” (the minimum acceptable payment is the greater of $25 or the minimum payment amount reached by dividing the tax liability, interest, and penalties by 50)

The taxpayer must pay a fee of $105 to set up the installment agreement or $52 for a direct debit installment agreement. To restructure or reinstate a previous installment agreement, the IRS charges a $45 fee. Like a guaranteed installment agreement, the IRS does not file a federal tax lien.

IRS Partial Payment Installment Agreement

A partial payment agreement allows the IRS to enter into agreements with taxpayers for the partial payment of a tax liability. To qualify for this arrangement, the taxpayer must complete a financial statement using Form 433-F to report income and living expenses. The IRS will review and verify the information. If the taxpayer has assets that can be sold to pay some of the tax debt, the IRS will require the taxpayer to provide additional information.

If approved, the taxpayer will be required to participate in a financial review every two years. This review may result in the increase in installment payments or the termination of the agreement.

IRS Non-Streamlined Installment Agreement

If a financially struggling taxpayer owes $25,000 or more and can make monthly payments to the IRS, a non-streamlined agreement can be an option. The IRS will not automatically approve this agreement; instead, the taxpayer must negotiate with the IRS by providing detailed financials. The taxpayer must file Form 433-F, Collection Information Statement. This form collects information about income, debts, living expenses, assets, accounts, and allows the taxpayer to propose an installment payment amount.

It will usually take a few months for the IRS to review a proposed payment plan. The IRS may refuse a proposed agreement if it considers some of the taxpayer’s living expenses unnecessary, if the untruthful information was provided, or if the taxpayer failed to complete a prior installment arrangement.

If a taxpayer is unable to pay a tax liability through a non-streamlined agreement, consider filing an Offer in Compromise.

BEFORE YOU COMPLETE A FINANCIAL FOR THE IRS

CONSULT WITH AN EXPERT IRS TAX PROFESSIONAL

Ways the IRS Will Accept Payments

Taxpayers can make installment payments in the following ways:

  • Payroll Deduction
  • Direct debit
  • Check or money order
  • Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS)
  • Credit card
  • Online Payment Agreement (OPA)

When Will the IRS Revoke an Installment Agreement

The IRS can revoke an installment arrangement under the following circumstances:

  • The financially struggling taxpayer misses a payment;
  • The financially struggling taxpayer does not file a tax return or pay taxes after the agreement is entered into ;
  • The financially struggling taxpayer provided inaccurate information on Form 433-F; or
  • The financially distressed taxpayer is paying under a partial payment installment agreement and a review indicates a change in their financial position.

BEFORE YOU AGREE TO AN IRS INSTALLMENT PAYMENT PLAN

FIND OUT IF YOUR CURRENTLY NOT COLLECTIBLE

FIND OUT IF YOU ARE QUALIFIED FOR AN IRS SETTLEMENT

DO NOT AGREE TO PAY THE IRS MORE THAN YOU NEED TO PAY

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Guide to Employers & Human Resource Managers Who Have an Employee with an IRS Wage Levy – Flat Fee Tax Service

As an employer or human resource manager, you may have received an IRS notice to levy one of your employees. The employee with the IRS income tax problem may be valuable to your operation. You don’t want to lose your employee. What do you need to do?

The IRS has strict and immediate time constraints for complying with the order to seize your employee’s wages. With the proper representation, your employee can have the IRS wage levy stopped, avoided and released in 1 day.

Under Internal Revenue Code section 6331, the IRS may issue a levy for the purpose of seizing a taxpayer’s property to satisfy unpaid and overdue income tax debt. This is done by sending you, the employer, an IRS Form 668-W(c).

Our job at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is to have the IRS stop the wage levy within 24 hours. Our IRS tax relief team will have the IRS issue a release of levy by sending you, the employer, IRS Form 668-D (Release of Levy).

Your employee, who you do not want to lose, may be eligible to settle their IRS income tax debt. At the very minimum, our team of IRS tax resolution experts will negotiate a manageable IRS installment agreement. At best, your employee will have their income tax debt settled for far less than what is owed.

As an employer of someone with an IRS problem, please, do not try and outwit the IRS. If your employee obtains expert tax income relief representation, it isn’t necessary to try and get around the levy. If you do get caught non-complying with a wage levy order and refuse to surrender any property subject to the levy, the employer can become personally liable for your employee’s income tax debt. In addition, a penalty up to 50% may be added to the income tax debt.

The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has never failed to stop, avoid and release an IRS wage levy. Your employee has rights. Our tax relief team will protect your employee from the wage levy. As previously written, your employee may also be eligible to settle with the IRS through the Offer in Compromise program.

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  5. 90% of our Clients who have submitted an Offer in Compromise has received a successful IRS Settlement.
  6. Low, Flat and Affordable Fees. Fees can be stretched up to 10 or 12 months.
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Get Your IRS Problem Right – Understanding the IRS Offer in Compromise Program

If you are a financially struggling taxpayer, one of the most stressful financial situations you may face is lacking the funds to pay their outstanding tax bills. Many people, who have a back tax debt with the IRS, understand that tax liabilities supersede all other types of debt and that the federal government (IRS) has the ability to levy and garnish your wages and impose tax liens on those who let their back tax bill go unpaid.

THE IRS ISSUES 3,000,000 (3 MILLION) LEVIES EVERY YEAR.

An offer in compromise is a settlement agreement between the IRS and a financially struggling taxpayer (that would be you) that allows you to pay a lesser amount than what you truly owe. For example, Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has clients that paid as little as $100 on tax debts of $25,000.

NOT EVERY SETTLEMENT IS THE SAME.

THE FINANCIAL FORMULA IS THE SAME.

The IRS Offer in Compromise program is based on a complicated financial formula. Your financial data will not be exactly as it is for someone else, but, the formula is the same.

The IRS Offer in Compromise program is as close to ideal as you, the financially struggling taxpayer will get. It’s important to know how the IRS assesses an individual’s ability to qualify for the settlement plan and what the taxpayer’s responsibilities will be after acceptance of your Offered settlement.

Generally, the IRS will only extend these Offer in Compromise plans to those who are deemed unable to make a full lump sum payment or carry a liability that is too high to enroll in a payment plan. Therefore, those who owe small amounts (less than $10,000) are unlikely to qualify. Recently, the IRS relaxed its standards to offer more flexibility to taxpayers. The expanded Offer in Compromise program is called the IRS Fresh Start Initiative. The Fresh Start Initiative has made it easier for struggling taxpayers to be accepted.

The IRS, typically, only accepts 34 percent of applications for the program.

WHY IS THAT?

The IRS wants and needs to collect money. Therefore, the IRS will look for any reason to reject an Offer in Compromise. Taxpayers who try and save a few dollars, rather than have a proven tax resolution company prepare the documents, will usually make an error. When you submit a flawed Offer in Compromise, the IRS will return it to you and label it as “unprocessable.” The IRS will not tell you why they rejected your settlement offer.

GREAT NEWS!

GREAT NEWS

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. CLIENTS HAVE HAD A 90% SUCCESS RATE.

The IRS Tax Relief Team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will only submit settlement offers that we feel will be accepted by the IRS.

We can determine whether or not you are qualified and eligible to settle with the IRS for less during our initial consultation. Although the tax agency may accept a smaller amount than what is owed, they will never accept zero dollars. Our clients have paid as little as $100. The IRS will also consider mitigating circumstances that may affect how much you can feasibly pay. For example, if a couple has a child with special needs who cut into a large portion of their income, the IRS may take these costs into consideration when negotiating a payoff amount. The same is true if taxpayers themselves have chronic illnesses or health issues that may hinder their finances or ability to make payments.

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Successful IRS Offer in Compromise in Inglewood, Florida – With IRS Settlements Acceptance at Record Highs, What Are You Waiting For?

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. announces another successful IRS Offer in Compromise. Our client Steve G. of Inglewood, Florida came to us for a consultation as he faced IRS levies and an IRS tax debt of $41,000.

The tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. prepared Steve G.’s Offer in Compromise and it is our pleasure to announce that Steve G. received an IRS settlement of $1000 on a tax debt of $41,000.

THAT IS WHAT WE CALL A FRESH START.

With IRS Offer in Compromise acceptance rates at record highs, the time to take advantage of the IRS Fresh Start Initiative is now. The tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. knows how difficult it has been to have an IRS Offer in Compromise accepted by Revenue Officers. Even now with rates at an all-time high, every “t” needs to be crossed and every “i” needs to be dotted. If you are a struggling taxpayer and find yourself in a delinquent income tax debt crisis and you believe an IRS Offer in Compromise could be the answer for you, your best option is to work with a tax resolution experts with a proven track record of success.

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95% of the IRS Offer in Compromise settlements prepared by Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has been successfully accepted by the IRS. We do not represent everyone, but, the clients that we do represent receive positive results.

YOUR IRS OFFER IN COMPROMISE OPPORTUNITIES HAVE BEEN INCREASED.

Without question, the IRS, through the IRS Fresh Start Initiative, is more willing than ever to accept an Offer in Compromise today than ever before. Given the current Federal budget crisis that recently was exacerbated by the government shutdown, is it surprising that such a change has taken place? The Federal government is broke and needs capital resources, and, the IRS has been directed to resolve delinquent tax cases as quickly as possible. Wouldn’t it be a shame if you missed such a great opportunity by having your Offer in Compromise rejected due to technicalities and the mishandling of your case by an inexperienced accountant?

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. wants to make sure that you are able to take advantage of this unique opportunity. Previously, IRS Offer in Compromise rejections was more than commonplace with a rejection rate of over 75%, and the majority of settlement Offers are still not accepted on account of such mishandling and technicalities. Still, with proper guidance and support, the IRS Offer in Compromise acceptance rate is in your favor. In addition, the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has a sterling record of having the vast majority of our Offer in Compromise accepted by the IRS.

95% of the IRS Offer in Compromise settlements prepared by Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has been accepted.

The IRS nationwide Offer in Compromise approval rate is 42%.

DO YOU NEED A FRESH START?

If you are a struggling taxpayer and need an IRS Offer in Compromise, please do not make the mistake of winging it on your own or asking for help from the family accountant. No offense to your local accountant, but, in all honesty, how many successful IRS Offer in Compromise settlements has your local accountant prepared? Using an experienced accountant or bookkeeper results almost all the time in rejection and a waste of time and money.

Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has had countless clients in the past who have come to us after an IRS Offer in Compromise had been rejected. Although we were able to help them, it is so much better if you come to us first.

DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.:

1. Guided by our Christian Values.
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3. No Client Complaints.
4. Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys.
5. 95% Offer in Compromise success rate.
6. Stop and release IRS levy in 1 day (most clients).
7. Low and Affordable Fees (see our website for fees).
8. Fees are paid in monthly installments.
9. Honest, dependable and Thorough.

With IRS Offer in Compromise rates at an all-time high, please do not hesitate to contact us for the help you need.

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FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: IRS PROBLEM — Solve Your IRS Problems — Your IRS Tax Advocate

FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: IRS PROBLEM — Solve Your IRS Problems — Your IRS Tax Advocate.

FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: IRS GOV — How to Get Your Offer in Compromise Approved by the IRS

FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: IRS GOV — How to Get Your Offer in Compromise Approved by the IRS.

FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: IRS WARNING — What if You Can’t Pay the Taxes You Owe — Your IRS Options

FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: IRS WARNING — What if You Can’t Pay the Taxes You Owe — Your IRS Options.

FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: Missing Tax Returns — Delinquent Tax Return — It’s Never Too Late to File

FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: Missing Tax Returns — Delinquent Tax Return — It’s Never Too Late to File.

FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: Warning — Unfiled Tax Returns Is Big Trouble — How to Get IRS Tax Relief from Back Taxes

FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: Warning — Unfiled Tax Returns Is Big Trouble — How to Get IRS Tax Relief from Back Taxes.

FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: WARNING — IRS Will Levy Your Paycheck, Wages, Social Security, SSDI or Other Assets

FLAT FEE TAX RESOLUTION: WARNING — IRS Will Levy Your Paycheck, Wages, Social Security, SSDI or Other Assets.