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Is Homeless a Requirement for an IRS Payment Agreement?


Indifference. It is generally defined as “lack of interest, concern, or sympathy.” Those who are unfortunate enough to work with the government employees to resolve a case or matter often have a profound understanding of this term. This is true of just about every government function–be it local, state, or federal. When it comes to […]

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Currently Not Collectible Installment Agreement Offer in Compromise Tax Debt

Settling Unpaid Taxes With Sporadic or Seasonal Income


Sporadic or seasonal income can make it difficult to settle back taxes with the IRS.  For example, if you have a large one time payment that is not likely to continue, can the IRS consider this in evaluating how much you can pay the IRS?  The court addresses this in Margolis-Sellers v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo. […]

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Installment Agreement Tax Relief Articles

IRS Installment Agreement Calculation Counts Spendthrift Trust Distributions


The IRS generally cannot reach funds in a spendthrift trust to satisfy the trust beneficiary’s unpaid tax debts.  But can the IRS factor in trust distributions in calculating the how much the taxpayer can pay under an installment agreement?  The recent Melasky v. Commissioner, 151 TC 9 (2018), suggests that the IRS can do this […]

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Installment Agreement Tax Relief Articles

Three Most Frequently Asked Questions About Paying the IRS


Working with the IRS can be difficult. If you are trying to make a payment to the IRS, you may find that you cannot even get the IRS to accept your payment. Here are the three most frequently questions clients ask us about making payments to the IRS. When Must Taxes Be Paid? Income taxes […]