IRS Installment Plans

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IRS Installment Plans

If you have assets and or a large enough income to pay the tax debt balance or a significant portion of it, but cannot pay it right away, an installment agreement may very well be the best choice for you. An installment agreement is one of the most common ways for taxpayers to arrange payment for tax debt. Installment agreements are typically easier to obtain when the balance is under $25,000, but are far harder when the amounts are higher than that. It is highly suggest that you hire a tax relief professional in order to negotiate the best payment plan for that will fit your needs.

Types of Installment Agreements

There are a few different types of installment agreements that allow you to pay the IRS or State tax debt in monthly payments if you do not have the ability to pay in full.

  1. Guaranteed Installment Agreement: This is the simplest installment agreement, and is designed for people that owe $10,000 or less in tax debt.
  2. Streamlined Installment Agreement: Designed for taxpayers with tax debt up to $50,000. It is called streamlines due to the fact that it does not require full financial disclosure.
  3. Financially Verified Installment Agreement: This choice is for taxpayers that owe over $25,000 and cannot afford to make the monthly payment on a streamlined installment agreement.
  4. Longer Term Installment Agreement: If you owe the IRS over $100,000 than a longer term installment agreement is required. Often times the IRS will stipulate that you sell of assets in order to make payments.
  5. Partial Payment Installment Agreement: This is for taxpayers that do not have the ability to pay off their tax debt. If approved you will not need to pay off the full balance, and are allowed to make monthly payments.
  6. Statute of Limitations: This requires full financial disclosures and is rarely accepted by the IRS.
  7. In-Business Trust Fund Installment Agreement: This choice is for unpaid trust fund taxes, which equate to payroll taxes.

How We Work

Here’s the simple process we use to help free you from the burden of IRS tax debt.

Our attorneys and legal counsel have the skills, experience and education needed to help provide you the relief you need. Having our professional tax team behind you provides many benefits, such as: 

  • Expert IRS negotiation experience 
  • Protection against loss of assets
  • Current knowledge of all tax relief options
  • Fair and financially manageable tax debt resolution
  • Prevention of wage garnishment, tax levy, or tax lien
  • Protection for an innocent spouse.
We offer a range of services to our valuable clients. We provide tax services such as stop Wage Garnishment, Payment Plans/Partial Pay IA, Release Bank Levies, File Delinquent Tax Returns, Penalty Abatement etc.
  • Step 1. FREE EVALUATION

    Give us a call or click Get Started and we can discuss with you the specific actions to take.

  • Step 2. PROTECT YOUR ASSETS

    IRS contact to stop all action and case assignment to an IRS Specialist for review and research.

  • Step 3. FILE ALL NECESSARY DOCUMENTS

    Resolve all tax issues with your needs and assets as our priority

  • Step 4. CASE COMPLETION

    Full resolution and compliance.

Finding a qualified and trustworthy Tax Lawyer to help you with your back IRS tax debts can be overwhelming for most people.

There is hope if you’re one of the millions of individuals who owe back taxes but can’t afford to pay the IRS in full. A professional IRS tax relief company can help you navigate the complicated and treacherous tax roads of the IRS. By negotiating a settlement you can resolve your tax liabilities with the IRS for much less.

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