Letter 484c is used by the IRS to reject your request for an installment payment agreement but offer you an alternative payment amount. If the IRS denies you an installment payment plan they send you Letter 2272C. When they deny you an agreement for your proposed amount but offer another (higher) amount & ask you to agree, they use Letter 484C.
If you can pay
If you can't pay
If you can't pay this amount you'll have to go through the whole process of completing & submitting Forms 433A or Form 433F to the IRS. The IRS wants to verify your financial ability to pay. Therefore, these required forms must be submitted along with ALL your supporting information for income & expenses.
These forms are tedious to prepare. As you can see, they must be completed fully & properly or the IRS will continue to enforce collection against you. You will be required to gather your paystubs, bank statements, & all billings for housing, utilities, telephone, food, travel, etc. for your household. Furthermore, you will be rejected by the IRS if the forms & substantiation are incomplete or inadequate.
Fortunately, The TaxHelp Webinars show exactly what to say and reveal to the IRS for every line of each of these Forms 433. So, careful attention to detail will help you enormously!
Then, once the forms are completed please come see us at our offices in Colorado Springs or Pueblo. You can use Mr. Hopkins as an advocate for you or consult to get an Action Plan against the IRS!
Letter 484C used to deny installment plan: