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Tag: collection

Man worried about money

Per the collection statute expiration date, the IRS generally has 10 years from the date they assess your tax balance to collect taxes owed.

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One of the most valuable tools to protect yourself against IRS collection actions – particularly against liens and levies – is a collection due process hearing.

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If you’ve received an IRS deficiency or IRS determination and disagree with the changes, how can you dispute them? Read on because we’re here to help!

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They received an IRS tax notice demanding payment for over $600,000 in tax, interest, and penalties. Not knowing what to do, they contacted TaxAudit for help.

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The IRS has a fixed amount of time to try to get you to pay your tax debt. This fixed period is known as the “statute of limitations,” which generally 10 years.

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Concerned couple looking over finances

Generally, the IRS has ten years from the date tax is assessed to collect a delinquent tax liability. However, the answer is not that straight forward.

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When a taxpayer receives a collection notice from the Internal Revenue Service, their typical first reaction is one of panic but it doesn't have to be scary.

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The IRS can attempt to collect unpaid taxes for ten years from the time the tax was assessed. The IRS can try to collect the tax in a variety of ways.

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Two words: almost anything. Wages, retirement accounts, bank accounts, vehicles, houses, furniture, and even passports are all fair game.

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Of all the types of Installment Agreement requests, Streamlined Installment Agreements are the most varied and provide a bit of flexibility for the taxpayer.

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Congress reauthorized the IRS to use private debt collection agencies, or PDC, to collect outstanding tax liabilities.

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$20 bill, American Flag, and Capital Building

The latest news from the IRS regarding the amounts taxpayers are allowed to spend on necessary living expenses when owing the IRS is not for the faint of heart.

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