Currently Non Collectible


offer in compromise vs currently not collectible
Struggling with tax debt is never easy. It’s even more daunting to think about when these unwanted debt gets larger as we fail to make the payment. On the bright side, the IRS has provided programs for individuals who are incapable of paying their tax debt. Two of which are […]

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tax debt forgiveness
One of the programs that the IRS offers to those who cannot pay their tax debt is through Tax Debt Forgiveness. Under this program, there are four different ways that the IRS can drop your tax balances. Finding the best option for you depends on different factors. See our video explanation […]

Tax Debt Forgiveness: Four Most Common Options and How They ...


tax relief options explained
Tax relief is a category that encompasses many options. Here we go through and explain the various options for tax relief. Offer In Compromise tends to be the best solution for most cases that qualify, but there are other options that still help if you do not qualify. See our […]

Tax Relief Options for Debt Explained: Options, Solutions, Saving Money



currently not collectible
Currently Not Collectible status is one of the most popular options for tax relief cases. It is considered by many to be the second best option to an Offer In Compromise. Here we go through the details on Currently Not Collectible status and explain what it is. See our video […]

Currently Not Collectible Status: What It Is and How To ...


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When a case is in collections with the IRS and you cannot afford any payment (as determined by the IRS Collection Financial Standards, you have two options: Currently Non Collectible Status – Effectively a $0/month payment plan. Offer in Compromise – A settlement of the entire debt. Currently Non Collectible […]

Currently Non Collectible Status, Offer In Compromise, or Both?