A financially struggling taxpayer may be declared to be Currently not Collectible if the IRS can be shown that a taxpayer has a very real financial hardship. The IRS must allow a taxpayer to have certain "allowable expenses" before they can enforce collection. Now the IRS is not in the business of telling you what expenses they allow or if a taxpayer should be left alone. It is the responsibility of the taxpayer to prove hardship to the IRS.
The Currently not Collectible program is meant to assist taxpayers who are currently in a difficult financial situation and in real need of tax relief. When a taxpayer is Currently not Collectible, all IRS collection enforcement will stop. Being Currently not Collectible is a great tax resolution action that will not only protect you from IRS collection enforcement but will allow a taxpayer to pursue other tax debt settlement programs such as the Offer in Compromise program.
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