Friday, September 12, 2008

CP 523

Are you in an installment agreement with the IRS and have you received form CP 523 from the IRS by certified mail? If so, then this means your installment agreement has gone into default. This creates a significant problem for tax payers due to the fact that the taxpayer is now back in the collection process and will be pursued aggressively by the IRS once again.

Once the IRS issues you a CP 523 you have a short window of time to get this corrected. Usually the only way to fix the problem is to hire a professional who has experience working with the IRS. The best type of tax resolution firm to contact is one who employs former IRS agents. A former IRS agent should have the necessary experience and skill to successfully negotiate a new agreement for you.

1 comment:

Lauren jonczak said...

Great post. I was looking up IRS tax help when I came across this post. I am glad I did because this was a very interesting read. I just became really fascinated with the IRS lately. Thanks so much for sharing Jeff.