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Guaranteed Installment Agreement Lawyers
The IRS provides rules and procedures to obtain a guaranteed installment agreement. This allows taxpayers to make a plan for the payment of overdue federal tax liabilities they are unable to pay in a single lump sum.
To determine if you qualify for a guaranteed installment agreement, speak with the experienced attorneys at the Law Offices of Neil Crane, LLC. Your first consultation with our firm is free of charge. Call us at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 888-249-3027 or contact us online.
Qualifying for a Guaranteed Installment Agreement
The IRS is required to accept a payment over time for all past tax balances under $10,000. The minimum monthly payment the IRS will accept is the balance due with interest and penalties divided over 36 months. All guaranteed requests must comply with the following terms:
- The previous five years of returns have been filed and paid on time
- All tax returns are filed
- Monthly payments will pay the balance within 36 months
- No Installment Agreements in the past five years
- File and pay on time for future tax years
These plans require no financial disclosure and will not result in the filing of a tax lien or reporting on your credit score. Future refunds will be taken to pay the unpaid tax.
Speak With a Lawyer About Installment Agreements
To learn whether you qualify for a guaranteed installment payment, contact the tax relief attorneys at the Law Offices of Neil Crane, LLC. We'll offer you a free initial consultation with full protection of your confidentiality and the protection of attorney/client privilege.
Call us at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027 and speak with an experienced tax relief lawyer today. You can also contact us online for a prompt response to your questions and concerns. We have office locations in Hamden, Bridgeport, Ridgefield, Waterbury and Rocky Hill, Connecticut.
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