An IRS Installment Agreement is a provision that enables taxpayers to pay their outstanding tax liabilities through monthly payments. If an installment agreement is finalized, all collection efforts should stop. Establishing an Installment Agreement should eliminate the possibility of wage garnishments, levies or other enforced collection practices.
Usually, the IRS will not take any action against you if:
- Your installment agreement request is under consideration
- Your installment agreement is in effect
- Your installment agreement request has been rejected within the last 30 days
- The IRS is evaluating your appeal of a recent rejection or termination of an installment agreement request
How We Help
The Law Offices of Nick Nemeth routinely assists taxpayers with IRS installment agreement requests while considering all the dynamics at play to ensure you do not run the risk of defaulting on any future payments. In addition, if you already have an existing installment agreement but are unable to honor your payment agreement, we can help you try and modify the installment agreement or determine some other suitable solution to prevent any enforced collection action like levies, garnishments and seizures.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation
Approaching the IRS for a tax installment agreement request can be a complicated matter. Disclosure of detailed and sensitive financial information may be required. This is where we can help. Equipped with in-depth experience and knowledge about IRS tax laws and provisions, the team at The Law Offices of Nick Nemeth can guide you every step of the way. To schedule a free, confidential consultation in Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston or anywhere else in Texas, simply call (972) 484-0829 or fill out our Free Case Evaluation form and we will get in touch with you right away.