- Do nothing and wait for the IRS to start seizing assets and garnishing wages, paychecks, Social Security or Social Security Disability benefits.
- Wait for the IRS to file Liens against you.
- Pay your tax liability in full.
- Enter into an Installment Agreement. The IRS will continue to add penalties and interest at the rate of approximately 47% per year. Before you agree to any Installment Agreement, you need to look at reducing your tax liability through a Penalty Abatement or via a tax settlement through the Offer in Compromise program.
- If you have a "reasonable cause" as to why you ended up with your IRS problem, you need to submit a Penalty Abatement.
- If you are struggling financially, you need to look at a settlement with the IRS through the expanded IRS Fresh Start Offer in Compromise program. You can pay your settlement in small monthly installments.
- If you are struggling financially, you may be declared "Currently not Collectible." This means that the IRS will stop collection activity against you. Being declared "Currently not Collectible" continue unless your financial situation improves substantially. Periodically you will be expected to provide the IRS with your financial information.
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