Company Provides New Currently Not Collectible Status Eligibility Investigation

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CTR has started providing taxpayers across the country eligibility investigations to determine their ability to apply for IRS Currently Not Collectible Status

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The IRS isn’t a fast food chain, you can’t order up an Offer in Compromise or CNC, the way some tax attorney in Covina may have you believe.

CTR’s tax attorneys in Downey are very excited to announce a new program that will help taxpayers determine if they are eligible for IRS Currently Not Collectible Status. The tax resolution program was designed by the federal government to stop collection actions on taxpayers who are experiencing financial hardship. Currently Not Collectible Status is only given to taxpayers whose monthly expenses and income nearly zero or negative.

“Being given the Currently Not Collectible Status is not something most taxpayers want, because it means that you’re undergoing financial hardship,” said a CTR Spokesperson. “However, for individuals who really need the status, it’s a great program and our company wants to help these individuals get the relief they need.”

CTR tax professionals and the Culver City tax attorneys have worked steadily with customers to understand their needs for the last several months. After understanding that these individuals were paying large fees to other companies, CTR’s team decided change was needed.

“We’re not doing the standard tax relief practices, we’re trying to exceed those practices,” said a CTR Spokesperson. “Some tax attorney in Dana Point may charge you $5,000 just for an investigation of your eligibility for tax resolutions. Our company charges a low upfront fee and makes sure that you know your options before you pay for a service. It’s a higher standard.”

The company begins every designed investigation with a questionnaire sent to customers. The financial questionnaire asks various financial questions about their tax and income history. After that, the tax professionals at the company headquarters make a recommendation of the best steps to take for each individual. This could mean setting up a custom tailored installment agreement or deciding to propose Currently Not Collectible Status with the IRS.

“The IRS isn’t a fast food chain, you can’t order up an Offer in Compromise or CNC, the way some tax attorney in Covina may have you believe,” said a CTR Spokesperson. “Each case is treated individually by the IRS. Having a thorough investigation done of your finances makes every step of the negotiation for a tax resolution easy.”

CTR offers tax debt resolution and tax services for individuals and businesses across the United States. The company uses a three step program to create personalized strategies to help taxpayers settle their IRS debt. The company offers many services, including: state and federal tax debt resolution, IRS audit defense, tax preparation and bookkeeping.

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