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Currently Not Collectible Obtaining Currently Not Collectible status with the IRS can be a great option for individuals and businesses who are currently unable to pay what they owe in taxes and need relief from collection actions. If you’re dealing with financial hardship and can demonstrate an inability to pay, you may be eligible for […]

Ways to Delay or Stop the IRS Collections Process

You’ve made every effort to settle your tax bill, but you just can’t achieve a positive standing with the IRS. Collections could be in your future if you don’t take action. Don’t lose hope just yet. A few final options may be available for stopping IRS collections or at least delaying the process until you […]

How Long Will a CNC Status Protect You From the IRS?

You’ve done the hard work of proving that your tax account is currently not collectible (CNC). The result? Temporary relief from IRS efforts to collect on your debt. Unfortunately, this relief may be short-lived. A lot depends on your financial situation, but you can expect the IRS to make every effort to have your account […]

5 Things You Should Know About the IRS CNC Status

If you are unable to pay your tax debt through an installment plan, you could qualify for currently not collectible (CNC) status with the IRS. This valuable program can provide relief when you need it most. Keep the following in mind as you consider whether CNC is a realistic option for your situation: 1. CNC […]

How Do You Qualify For ‘Currently Not Collectible’ Status With the IRS?

You’ve incurred considerable tax debt and are concerned about your inability to pay; what now? If installment payments are not currently an option, it may be worth your while to explore an alternate approach: Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status. Read on to learn more about this option — and how qualification works: What Does It […]