Few things in life are more stressful than receiving an enormous tax bill from the IRS. As a federal agency, the IRS is perhaps the most intimidating debt collector you may ever face. With the right support, however, you can fulfill your tax obligations without experiencing any legal trouble or paying more than you need to.
At Napoleon Law Firm PLLC, our founding attorney is rigorously trained in three major areas: tax, business administration, and law. This powerful combination strengthens his counsel and representation for clients facing a wide range of legal and financial challenges. If you owe the IRS more than you can pay, we may be able to help you arrange an installment agreement or utilize another tax-relief strategy. No matter how simple or complex your issue may be, we can take as much time as necessary to develop the customized legal and financial plan you need.
For help with your IRS installment agreement in Memphis, call or contact us online today. We can begin with a complimentary case evaluation.
Learn how an IRS installment agreement can benefit you and your financial situation. Reach out to us today.
If you qualify, you may benefit from an efficient process called the streamlined installment agreement, which doesn't require you to verify your assets, liabilities, income, or expenses via a collection information statement.
You may qualify for a streamlined installment agreement if:
You owe $50,000 or less (including pre-assessed taxes and assessed penalties and interest, but not accrued penalty or interest); and
You can pay everything you owe in six years (or by the collection statute expiration date, which is when the tax becomes uncollectable).
Under a streamlined installment agreement, your minimum monthly payment will be the total balance divided by 72.
If you owe too much, consider making a payment that reduces the balance to $50,000 or lower so you can qualify for a streamlined installment agreement. If you can manage this, you can likely avoid issues like tax liens that typically come with alternative payment arrangements. Keep in mind, however, that an IRS official may use their discretion when deciding whether to place a lien on your property.
If you need an attorney who can consider every facet of your legal and financial matter, look no further than Napoleon Law Firm PLLC. With years of experience handling a range of tax-related matters, Attorney Yancey knows what the IRS will and will not accept in terms of an installment agreement proposal. He also has extensive experience providing businesses with comprehensive financial advisement.
In short, Attorney Yancey is deeply passionate about using his focused knowledge to develop the tax-relief strategy you need. Whether our law firm helps you obtain a streamlined installment agreement or another type of relief, you can trust us to work with the sense of urgency and close attention to detail you require. Furthermore, if you find yourself facing a dispute with the IRS, we will not hesitate to provide tenacious and skillful litigation services.
Let's begin with a complimentary consultation. Contact us online to get started today.