IRS Payment Plan
Getting an IRS Payment Plan can be one of the fastest and easiest ways to resolve your back taxes. While some IRS tax problems donít always allow for quick and easy IRS Payment Plans, before your IRS tax debt becomes a tax lien, a tax levy, a seizure of assets, or a wage garnishment, contact De Luna Law at 800-897-4076 for a free initial tax analysis to see if an IRS Payment Plan is a tax relief option for you.
Owing the IRS for back taxes can not only burden you financially but can add stress to your life by not dealing with the tax problem. Although the best way to pay back your taxes is to pay the full amount when it comes due, not everyone has the ability to pay their taxes immediately. If you could pay your IRS taxes timely, it would obviously avoid any unnecessary IRS penalties and interest. When you do owe the IRS and it is not possible to pay back the entire amount due all at once, there are always options to deal with a tax problem. Doing nothing when you owe money to the IRS will only increase your tax liability and increase the amount by adding penalties and interest.
One of the most common types of tax solutions available is an IRS Payment Plan agreement. The tax law attorneys at De Luna Law may be able to help you obtain an affordable monthly installment payment plan and stop the IRS from garnishing your wages, prevent them from putting a lien on your home or seizing your assets as long as you make your payments. With a Payment Plan Agreement in place, the IRS may allow you to pay back your tax debt without incurring further penalties.
Before entering private practice as both a tax attorney and a CPA, Mr. De Luna worked for as an IRS Agent for over a decade. His years of experience in dealing with the IRS from both sides can often be advantageous when negotiating payment plan agreement with the Internal Revenue Service.
IRS Payment Plan Agreements
For a free initial tax analysis of your situation or to get more information on an IRS payment plan agreement call De Luna Law at 800-897-4076 to see how we can help resolve your tax problems.