There are payment plan options available if you’re unable to fully pay your back tax liabilities to the IRS. Unfortunately, most taxpayers aren’t familiar with their own tax rights which allows IRS tax collection agencies to pressure them into accepting unsustainable payment practices. If you cannot pay off your entire tax debt at once, you may be able to get an IRS installment agreement to pay off the balance over time. This option can also help you avoid excessive late payment fees and interest rates that can exorbitantly increase your tax debt over time.

In order to apply for a payment plan, you must be in current compliance with your tax filings. There are several different types of installment agreements and the one that best suits you will depend on how much you owe, your current financial condition, the amount of time the IRS has to collect the debt, and other financial factors.

Our team of experienced CPA’s, enrolled agents, and tax professionals can analyze your current tax situation and negotiate with the IRS to secure the best payment plan for you. We will review your options, inform you of your rights, keep you up to date with your case’s progress, and answer any questions you may have. You never have to speak to or be in contact with the IRS at all so long as you have us on your side—regain your peace of mind with Franskoviak Tax Solutions as your defender.

 

To schedule a free consultation and to find out if you’re eligible for an IRS payment plan, contact us today.

Frequently Asked Questions About IRS Payment Plans (FAQ)

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What is an Administrative Appeal?
An administrative appeal is the process in which a senior official or attorney, not necessarily a judge, within the agency will review the initial decisions made by FOIA regarding your case and determine whether to uphold or reverse that decision.

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