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What is "Currently Not Collectible" Status?
Request and Manage Currently Not Collectible Status with a Skilled Tax Attorney, CPA, & IRS EA
If the IRS contacts you regarding serious tax problems you are facing, you should seek the advice of an assertive, experienced multifaceted tax attorney. As a Port Saint Lucie tax lawyer, CPA, & IRS EA, Attorney William T. Harmon has helped many clients address their issues directly to find a solution that works for them.
What Does Currently Not Collectible Mean?
If a taxpayer cannot make monthly installment agreement payments and does not qualify for an Offer in Compromise, the IRS may consider a Currently Non-Collectible (CNC) status.
This situation usually occurs when one finds it impossible to pay back taxes and living expenses simultaneously.
The IRS considers these situations in which one cannot make an entire tax payment without falling behind on one's required living expenses, such as:
- Mortgage or rent
- Utility bills
- And other required living costs
The tax liability is not disputed, and it's just that; clearly, you cannot pay it along with covering your basic living needs; the IRS will deem your situation as "Currently Not Collectible," or CNC status.
If a taxpayer is placed in a CNC status, the IRS agrees that the taxpayer cannot make any payment on their back owed debt at this time. If a taxpayer is placed in the CNC status, the statute of limitations continues to run, and the IRS will not pursue collection activities. However, if the taxpayer's financial status does improve substantially, the IRS can remove the CNC status and request additional financial information.
How We Can Help You
At Harmon Tax Resolution, LLC, we help our clients understand their CNC status. We properly assess the situation and then help develop a clear pathway to assist the IRS in granting the CNC status. We strive to help you get the reprieve you need to sleep well at night and put this behind you.
Contact us today by calling (772) 248-0522 so we can help you get on your path to tax relief resolution.
He explains everything in terms that I can understand and make tax decisions.
Will, has been my trusted tax advisor for many years.”
He is very knowledgeable and organized.
Mr. Harmon is a gentleman who always professionally conducted himself. He is very knowledgeable and organized. I can sincerely say he is always a pleasure. He’s an excellent conversationalist and goes out of his way to give his clients the best service. I would highly recommend him. He’s my attorney, and I also consider him a friend, my wife shares my opinion as well he’s a true gentleman.”
I am grateful to Will for his professional ability to fix this for me.
“I highly recommend him to those who have IRS issues to be resolved.”
We had to go through some hurdles, but I knew the situation was in good hands. He was always accessible.
“Will successfully took care of a stressful IRS tax issue for me. He was able to negotiate a favorable deal.”
He did an excellent job guiding me through the complicated process.
“I appreciated his vast knowledge of business and law from his professional experience.”
Why Choose Us
Personal Service From Start To Finish
You will work directly with a tax attorney to develop your personalized plan and fully execute it. Unlike other firms, no lesser caliber individuals will ever work your case.
I can help lift the IRS's weight off your back and achieve the financial well-being you desire.
Complete Representation Coverage
By having the backing of a Dually licensed Florida Attorney, Certified Public Accountant, and IRS Enrolled Agent (IRS's Gold Standard for tax expertise), you are assured complete representation, which few tax resolution professionals can offer.
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