In Part I, we learned the many “basic” tools in dealing with IRS’ Collections Division. Now we turn to some of the more advanced topics in the “collections” arena.
Facing IRS collections is some of the worst financial stress you can face. If you don’t pay the IRS what you owe, they can seize your assets, garnish your wages and place liens on your property. But the good news is those heart-stopping effects can be easily avoided as long as you communicate with the IRS. Even if you can’t afford to pay what you owe, there are still steps you can take to ensure the IRS doesn’t use their most severe collection actions against you. This CPE webinar will cover what you need to know about the IRS collections process and how to avoid the worst of it.
MAJOR TOPICS COVERED :
- Federal Tax Liens, Levies & Seizures
- Collection Due Process (CDP) Hearings
- Multi-Year Non-Filers