If we can prove to the IRS that you need all of your income and assets to meet your necessary living expenses, your tax bill may qualify for Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status. That means that the IRS will not harrass you, levy your bank account, levy or garnish your paycheck, or seize your assets to pay your bill.
What the IRS considers to be 'necessary living expenses' will depend on your family size and location. Don't expect any allowance for 'luxuries' like cable TV, internet, or cell phones, but the IRS does allow you to have modest housing and necessary health care, including health insurance.
The IRS will review your financial status via your tax returns, and if your financial situation improves, will expect you to pay something toward your back taxes. For the short-term, though, this is an effective solution.
The best way to get started is to call us today for an initial consultation. The IRS will not go away on their own. You want someone experienced to help you now. Call us.