The first option is simple...pay your debt in full. When your debt is paid, the IRS is instantly off your back.
Of course, that's often easier said than done. The problem for many decent, hardworking South Carolinians is that the IRS bills add up so quickly that by the time they are ready to deal with the problem, it's too late. There's no hope of paying, or even arranging a tax payment plan that won't be a hardship.
So what do you do if you can't pay the entire bill in full?
You have 5 other tax options that will let you reduce the amount you owe or make payment arrangements to make your tax burden more bearable, to reduce the amount you owe, and to arrange payments that you can afford.
1. Being declared Non-Collectible Status 2. Offers in Compromise 3. Installment Agreement 4. Partial Installment Agreement 5. Bankruptcy
Each of these options has its pros and cons, and everyone's situation is different. For details and help in determining which of the 5 options is best for your current situation go to our website or call 1-855-EZ-IRSHelp. Remember, the sooner you take action, the sooner your IRS problems can be solved!
To discover how you can break free from the IRS and reclaim your life, go to: www.taxhelpcolumbia.com or call 803.771.9800 or Toll Free: 877.785.9800