Knowledgeable Guidance Regarding Your Currently Not-Collectible Status
With the IRS’s infamous power to garnish wages and levy bank accounts, it’s easy to believe that it will stop at nothing once it begins collection enforcement proceedings. The simple fact, though, is that if the IRS determines you cannot pay back taxes, it may stop all collection enforcement actions, at least until your financial condition improves.
The IRS doesn’t stop collection actions arbitrarily. Instead, its employees investigate taxpayers’ ability to repay and whether paying taxes will cause a hardship. If a hardship may result, it will grant a “currently non-collectible” status.
If you are unable to pay taxes, contact Levins Tax Law. Attorney Levins has handled tax controversy and tax dispute matters for over four decades and has experience both as an IRS agent and as a tax lawyer.
For experienced and effective tax legal help regarding unpaid taxes, call Massachusetts IRS tax lawyer Gerard J. Levins at 866-485-7019.
Providing Options When You Are Behind On Taxes
Do you have unpaid taxes and are you unemployed, collecting Social Security benefits, living on a limited pension or otherwise facing financial difficulties?
We can review your circumstances and make an initial determination to see if you qualify for currently non-collectible status. In making this status determination, we can help with your collection information statements (Forms 433-A and 433-B) and other documents that the IRS will request as they monitor your ability to pay.
Non-collectible status is often attainable for low-income individuals and for higher-income individuals facing high debt, like medical debt and debt from other extenuating circumstances.
Contact An Experienced Attorney Today
Speak to a lawyer at Levins Tax Law, during an initial consultation by sending your message or question online via our contact form. We make ourselves available weekends and evenings, accept MasterCard, American Express and Visa, and have offices in Boston and in Framingham, just a short way away from the Massachusetts Turnpike.