IRS collection activities can ruin a person's life when they have no financial means of fully paying their back tax liabilities
North Highlands, CA (PRWEB) June 12, 2007
Tax attorney Roni Deutch helped cease Internal Revenue Service (IRS) collection activity against client's owing back taxes to the IRS through placement on Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status, which is one of the various tax debt relief services offered by her law firm.
In May 2007, Ms. Deutch and her law firm, Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation represented clients owing in aggregate over $1.7 million to the IRS and helped the clients get placed on the IRS's Currently Not Collectible status. The individual clients owed on average approximately $32,500.00 each.
"IRS collection activities can ruin a person's life when they have no financial means of fully paying their back tax liabilities," claims Roni Deutch. "You shouldn't lose sleep because of the IRS's aggressive collection actions. Our office offers several tax resolutions programs to help taxpayers with their back tax liabilities"
The IRS will allow a taxpayer to be put on CNC status when the IRS has determined that they are presently unable to collect the taxes owed by a taxpayer. Usually the IRS will reach this decision once they have determined the taxpayer is unable to pay their tax liabilities through one of the IRS's tax resolution programs such as full payment or an Installment Agreement.
Before the IRS will place any taxpayer's account on CNC status, they will take an in depth look at the taxpayer's financial situation and their ability to make payments. An IRS collections officer will determine the taxpayer's monthly income from all sources and compare it to their monthly allowable expenses, which are reasonable expenses a taxpayer must incur every month to provide for the basic health and welfare of their family. If the allowable expenses exceed, or come close to exceeding the amount of the income, the taxpayer may qualify for tax relief through placement on CNC status.
Once the account is placed on CNC status, the IRS will cease all collection activity against the taxpayer, the statute of limitations on the tax liabilities continues to run. Generally the taxpayer's account will remain on CNC status until either the tax liabilities expire, or the taxpayer's financial situation improves. If the taxpayer's financial situation improves, the account may be taken off of CNC status and the IRS may attempt to collect the taxes through full payment or an Installment Agreement.
Getting placed on the IRS's CNC status is only one of the various services that Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation offers. The firm has experienced tax attorneys specializing in tax debt relief through a variety of tax relief services including: Offer in Compromise, Installment Agreement, Wage Garnishment Release, Bank Levy Release, Revenue Officer Assistance, Payroll Tax Representation, Tax Account Review, and Full Pay Service.
About Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation
Roni Deutch, A Professional Tax Corporation is a nationally recognized law firm that has been helping clients find solutions to their back tax liabilities for over sixteen years. To find out more about the firm or its services, visit their website or call 1-888-TAX-LADY. To learn more about tax attorney Roni Deutch you can visit Roni's Blog or the official YouTube Channel of Roni Deutch.
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