In order to avoid aggressive IRS actions, it’s important to understand how they work. In addition to sending notices regarding the payment of debt, the IRS also uses various aggressive collection actions such as the federal tax lien and tax levy to collect tax debt.
It’s beneficial for taxpayers to begin resolution efforts as soon as possible. Once a taxpayer discovers that he or she owes back taxes, they need to gain an understanding of their case. The tax professionals at RMS Tax Consulting have the knowledge and experience to assist you and begin the resolution process. An early resolution also helps to limit the penalties and interest that will need to be paid on the debt. And it will help avoid more aggressive IRS actions.
The IRS does not send a single letter, but multiple notices to collect tax debt. If the recipient does not respond to the notices or doesn’t make satisfactory effort to resolve the debt, then the IRS may issue a tax lien or begin aggressive collection actions like a wage garnishment or bank levy.
After the IRS begins collection efforts, issues such as procrastination, postponement, and avoidance cause taxpayers to remain non-compliant. In order to avoid facing aggressive IRS actions, it’s important to respond to notices and explore resolution efforts. The Enrolled Agents at RMS Tax Consulting can guide you through the process. They are there to help you.
The IRS has payment plans you can select according to your individual means. If you lack the ability to pay the full amount, the IRS has options that don’t require the payment all at once.
Call Enrolled Agent Richard Schickel at RMS Tax Consulting today at (520) 448-3531 for your free consultation.