The IRS has a provision - Section 220.127.116.11 that allows for individuals or companies to be place in a currently non-collectable status due to economic hardship. Most people do not know this "hardship status" exists. Close to 50% of taxpayers do not have the ability to pay the tax because of their situation. Each case is different, but we may be able to help.
IRS will place a case in Hardship Status if the information found on the Form 433A or 433F finds that the taxpayer is unable to pay basic living expenses. Due to the struggling economy, job losses, home foreclosures the IRS is now considering these factors into the equation and placing more people into non-collectable status.
Additionally, if your only source of income is social security or you have excessive medical bills you may qualify for hardship status.
Let us help you complete the forms necessary to determine if you qualify for hardship status
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