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IRS Payment Plans Are Useful Tools for IRS Payment Arrangements
Setting up an IRS Installment Agreement is one of the most frequently used strategies to resolve back taxes. Negotiating an IRS payment plan increases in difficulty as the amount of your tax debt increases.
The IRS would prefer to collect as much money as possible, as soon as possible. The most common mistake taxpayers make trying to negotiate an IRS payment arrangement themselves is adopting the IRS’ view on how much they should be able to afford to pay each month. The IRS uses guidelines on what your living expense OUGHT to be that may bear no reasonable relationship to your actual living expenses – and here we are not talking about you having lavish living expenses, simply real world living expenses.
You are better off bringing Tax Defense Partners into the picture to negotiate your IRS installment agreement, particularly at higher amounts of tax debt, because their experts have the experience of negotiating thousands of IRS installment agreements every year across the entire United States. Tax Defense Partners has the experience to evaluate your economic situation and, with frequently and recently updated knowledge of how far the IRS will go to make a reasonable deal, can work out an arrangement that works sustainably for both parties.