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Corporate Tax Payment Agreements

Corporate Tax Payment Agreements

 

We understand that owing the state or federal governments money from corporate taxes is a terrible, stressful state for any business owner. Often the constant notices threatening bank account levies or property seizure may make you feel as if the only option to escape is to pay the exorbitant debt, fees, and interest whether or not you can truly afford to do it. It is not your only option. You and your company have corporate taxpayer rights and Franskoviak & Company can help you take full advantage of these rights to protect you and your company’s assets.

Depending on your situation there are several options you can pursue in order to lower your total debt, extend your payment’s due date, or pay off your company’s tax debt in partial payments so that it remains affordable and won’t position your company in financial harm. Our corporate tax experts will sit down with you and help you explore your options and negotiate on your behalf with the collection agencies in order to make sure you receive your corporate tax relief in a timely, affordable manner.

Whether your ideal corporate tax payment agreement includes penalty abatement, an installment agreement, or a more in-depth solution, Franskoviak Tax Solutions will be there to support you through the entire process. Contact us today to set up your free consultation.

FAQ 

What should I do if I can’t pay my business taxes?

 

  • If you can’t pay your business taxes, the most important thing you can do to avoid enforced collection is get into an agreement with the IRS.
  • The IRS offers several options, including extensions to pay and payment plans.
  • Businesses that are in financial hardship should consider special IRS programs that offer deferred payment and settlement.

A tax professional can help you evaluate which option will work best for your business, and your tax pro can even help work with the IRS to set up the agreement.

One option that is not a good idea is to ignore the issue. If you don’t make any arrangements with the IRS, the IRS can eventually force you to pay. The IRS can file a lien that would harm your credit, and the IRS can levy your bank accounts and income sources, such as payments from customers.

 

 

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