Payment with No Agreement There are some advantages to simply paying the IRS without a payment agreement, i.e, “Voluntary Payment”. For one, you can designate which year to apply the payments. This is helpful if you owe for multiple years & need to favor a particular year. But, the IRS will keep pestering you […]
Follow the Prep Steps for "Collections" before you consult with Mr.Hopkins. You may also purchase any of our Webinars to complete the IRS Financial Statements (Forms 433) required by the IRS.
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There are several benefits to having Health Care Insurance & there are burdens for failing to have Health Insurance. Supposedly, when the President signed Executive Orders 13813 & 13765 the IRS wouldn’t require disclosing if you had Health Insurance nor would the IRS collect if you did not have Health Insurance. However, the IRS has […]
There are 2 reasons you can make an Offer in Compromise: Doubt as to Collectibility & Doubt as to Liability, or both. To start the process of an Offer in Compromise for Doubt as to Collectibility you must complete Form 656, which is included in the Form 656-B booklet. To start the process of an […]
An assessment is the formal recording of a taxpayer’s tax liability. However, this simple definition fails to alert you to the vast division between not owing and owing the IRS, which will bring a myriad of procedural rules to follow. Once the IRS places your debt into their system it is an “assessment” and they […]
If you owe the IRS they will require your financial disclosure by asking you to complete a “Collection Financial Statement”. The Form to send them is a Form 433. The IRS may even request the Form. (See Notice LT27) There are several varieties of Form 433. The IRS will want to know your income, debts, […]