Understanding Currently Not Collectible Status

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If it is time to pay your taxes and you simply do not have any funds or assets to pay them, it could lead to serious issues. When this happens, a currently not collectible (CNC) status may be your best option.

You may be able to receive a currently not collectible status if the IRS determines that they are unable to collect taxes from you in the following ways:

  • By way of full payment
  • Installment agreement
  • Offer in compromise

The CNC status is not automatic. You must prove that you qualify and request a CNC status. We at The Carver Law Office, PLLC have the knowledge and experience to help you obtain a currently not collectible status to give you the relief you need at this time.

What to Expect

Once your account is declared currently not collectible, the IRS has to stop all collection activities. This includes levies and garnishments. Annually, the IRS will send you a statement that details the amount of tax you still owe (please note that this is not a bill). The 10 year statute of limitations on tax debt collection is still running while you are in this status. Usually your account will stay in its CNC status unless your financial situation improves. If this happens, your account will no longer hold its CNC status and the IRS can begin collecting your taxes again.

Our Oklahoma City Tax Lawyer Can Help

We understand that dealing with tax problems can be extremely stressful. Know that you do not have to handle your problems alone. At The Carver Law Office, PLLC, our Oklahoma City tax attorney has the knowledge and skills necessary to help you obtain a currently not collectible status for your account. No matter how big or small your unique situation might be, we do everything in our power to get you the results you desire.

You can contact us today at (405) 256-2619 for more information and to learn how you can get started.

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