Currently Not Collectible Attorney in Tampa
Requesting & Managing CNC Status
If you are facing serious tax problems and have been contacted by the IRS, you should seek the advice of a qualified, assertive tax attorney. As a Tampa tax lawyer with over 20 years of experience, we have helped hundreds of clients face their issues head-on and find a solution that works for them.
As someone who has fallen behind on our taxes and suffered the repercussions of that, we know firsthand how detrimental this problem can be to your financial and emotional well-being. This is why we take our job seriously; it is our goal to help our clients resolve their issues and keep their dignity intact.
What Does Currently Not Collectible Mean?
Paying back taxes and living expenses at the same time can prove impossible for some people.
The IRS knows that there are situations in which you cannot make full payment without falling behind on your necessary living expenses, like:
- Utility bills
- And more
When you agree that you owe the IRS money but are unable to make the payments without losing your basic needs, the IRS will deem your situation as “Currently Not Collectible,” or CNC status.
At the Law Offices of Darrin T. Mish, we aim to help our clients understand their CNC status.
If you are granted CNC status:
- The IRS will not repeatedly try to collect money from you during this time period
- The IRS will not levy your funds
- You will still accrue interest and penalties on the amount you owe
If you have further questions about your eligibility for Currently Not Collectible status, we can help. We are happy to offer a free phone consultation to determine if this is your best option.
My initial meeting with Darrin was reassuring, hopeful and non-judgmental.- MCM
The peace of mind alone, was worth it!- CC
We left our first meeting feeling like there was hope!- GB
I could tell right away that I went to the right person!- SC
Everyone including Attorney Mish is respectful and helpful!- RK E.
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