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IRS BACK TAXES

Many people in Atlanta have received notices from the IRS about unpaid taxes. While this may be stressful, there’s no need to worry. The IRS has implemented programs to help you pay off your tax debt without causing financial hardship. There are a number of payment options available including credit card payment, electronic funds transfer, or online payment.

Sometimes even the most responsible Atlanta taxpayer may experience trouble paying their back taxes. You can request additional time to pay your tax obligation through a delay for temporary hardship when your expenses exceed your ability to pay. You also may be eligible for an installment plan. Installment plans can help you extend payments over time however you will accrue interest.

Some people voluntarily change their W-4 (Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate) with their employer so money can automatically be taken out of their paycheck to pay their tax bill over time.

Others in Atlanta may attempt to handle their unpaid IRS taxes on their own. However, the best thing you can do is consult a knowledgeable back taxes attorney. The legal process surrounding back taxes can be hard to negotiate and if you try to work out an agreement with the IRS on your own, you may get locked into a payment plan that is not in your best interest. Also, you may get rejected for a program that you are eligible for due to a misstep during the legal proceedings.

At Tax Resolution, we have amassed 30 years of taxpayer advocacy experience and will work with you to find the payment program that works best for your unique situation.

Frequently Asked Questions about Back Taxes

WHAT ARE BACK TAXES?

WILL I OWE PENALTIES FOR BACK TAXES?

AM I ABLE TO REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF BACK TAXES I OWE?

WILL I GET SENT TO PRISON FOR BACK TAXES?