Tax Resolution Services

Need tax resolution services such as currently not collectible status?

When people think of outstanding financial obligations, it is often attributed to spending more than one has. Back taxes, however, can accumulate for different reasons. An individual might miss payments because of financial hardship or illness and then find they owe back taxes to the IRS plus interest and penalties. When a situation like this arises, it is common that a taxpayer may be unable to repay the amount they’ve accrued. Having fallen on hard times, there may just be no money available to settle the balance.

This occasion is one of the most important times to find someone to represent you to the IRS. At Community Tax, our tax specialists have successfully negotiated to help clients get relief under the Currently Not Collectible program. This settlement option, reserved for those who cannot afford to pay any of their tax balance, is difficult to attain because of some strict rules that must be followed.

All back taxes have an expiration date. If a taxpayer is accepted into the CNC program, they are considered relieved of their obligation to the IRS. If they maintain this status through the last expiration date of their tax balance, they will not have to pay it. An individual can maintain their CNC status by proving that they are in financial hardship.  This means that the amount of income received in a given year is less than their total expenses.

Since last week, over 20 clients have entered into Currently Non Collectible Status. The table below contains the information about their cases. You’ll see which Agency approved their resolutions, the balanced they owed and the names of the team members that secured their settlements. Their last names have been taken out of the table for privacy reasons.

Agency Tax Balance Client Name Tax Practitioner Case Processor
Federal 40,143.00 Tommy Jillian Sharpe Daniel Verastegui
Federal 1,918.40 Sadrack Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Federal 8,370.00 Bonnie Daniel Kattan Karla Ortiz
Federal 7,994.00 Zebatric Jeremy Brunner Karla Ortiz
Federal 119,524.00 Jorge Jeremy Brunner Robert Kitson
State of New York 87,515.75 Ralph Kelly McGrath Daniel Verastegui
Federal & State of Connecticut 26,939.00 Erik Kelly McGrath Karla Ortiz
Federal 32,976.00 Sonny Daniel Kattan Mark Anderson
Federal 9,504.46 Emilio Kelly McGrath Karla Ortiz
Federal 24,683.97 Carol Marek Grabowski Karla Ortiz
Federal 17,446.73 Ismael Daniel Kattan Mark Anderson
Federal & State of Georgia 145,622.60 Joshua Daniel Kattan Khoa Lam
Federal 30,889.47 Francisco Irina Cedano Karla Ortiz
Federal 14,697.00 Doris Jeremy Brunner Daniel Verastegui
Federal 11,560.00 Larry Jillian Sharpe Mark Anderson
Federal & State of Iowa 36,051.67 Russell Jennifer Schaffer Daniel Verastegui
Federal 5,454.35 Rita Kelly McGrath Daniel Verastegui
Federal 13,014.00 Mark Kelly McGrath Mark Anderson
Federal 7,604.00 Michael Marek Grabowski Daniel Verastegui
Federal 15,053.07 Kenyatta Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Federal 21,099.50 Brenda Robert Kitson Mark Anderson
Federal 43,407.00 David Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Total $721,467.97

As previously stated, a Currently Not Collectible status has to be maintained. Many times in life, we can experience financial changes that improve our situations.  A new job or a promotion, for example, can result in a shift in finances that removes a taxpayer from financial hardship. If this happens before the expiration date on an individual’s tax balance, the Agency responsible can once again charge for the unpaid back taxes. For this reason, taxpayers in CNC have to prove occasionally that they are still in financial hardship and are deserving of their CNC status.

Finances can be tricky for anyone to manage.  Taxes are no exception. Currently Not Collectible cases only work if they are processed correctly, approved and if the status is kept throughout the entire period in which it is necessary. Community Tax’s negotiators and case processors work daily with their clients to ensure that their resolutions are successful and their tax obligation is removed. If you cannot afford the balance you owe the IRS or the state, call Community Tax today to get started working on your resolution. Help is available, take advantage of it!

Community Tax assists people with many tax resolution services. Call today to find out how Community Tax can help you: (800) 444-0622

Tax Resolution Services

Need tax resolution services such as currently not collectible status?

When people think of outstanding financial obligations, it is often attributed to spending more than one has.  Back taxes, however, can accumulate for different reasons.  An individual might miss payments because of financial hardship or illness and then find they owe back taxes to the IRS plus interest and penalties.  When a situation like this arises, it is common that a taxpayer may be unable to repay the amount they’ve accrued.  Having fallen on hard times, there may just be no money available to settle the balance.

This occasion is one of the most important times to find someone to represent you to the IRS.  At Community Tax, our tax specialists have successfully negotiated to help clients get relief under the Currently Not Collectible program.  This settlement option, reserved for those who cannot afford to pay any of their tax balance, is difficult to attain because of some strict rules that must be followed.

All back taxes have an expiration date.  If a taxpayer is accepted into the CNC program, they are considered relieved of their obligation to the IRS.  If they maintain this status through the last expiration date of their tax balance, they will not have to pay it.  An individual can maintain their CNC status by proving that they are in financial hardship.  This means that the amount of income received in a given year is less than their total expenses.

Since last week, over 20 clients have entered into Currently Non Collectible Status.  The table below contains the information about their cases.  You’ll see which Agency approved their resolutions, the balanced they owed and the names of the team members that secured their settlements.  Their last names have been taken out of the table for privacy reasons.

Agency Tax Balance Client Name Tax Practitioner Case Processor
Federal 40,143.00 Tommy Jillian Sharpe Daniel Verastegui
Federal 1,918.40 Sadrack Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Federal 8,370.00 Bonnie Daniel Kattan Karla Ortiz
Federal 7,994.00 Zebatric Jeremy Brunner Karla Ortiz
Federal 119,524.00 Jorge Jeremy Brunner Robert Kitson
State of New York 87,515.75 Ralph Kelly McGrath Daniel Verastegui
Federal & State of Connecticut 26,939.00 Erik Kelly McGrath Karla Ortiz
Federal 32,976.00 Sonny Daniel Kattan Mark Anderson
Federal 9,504.46 Emilio Kelly McGrath Karla Ortiz
Federal 24,683.97 Carol Marek Grabowski Karla Ortiz
Federal 17,446.73 Ismael Daniel Kattan Mark Anderson
Federal & State of Georgia 145,622.60 Joshua Daniel Kattan Khoa Lam
Federal 30,889.47 Francisco Irina Cedano Karla Ortiz
Federal 14,697.00 Doris Jeremy Brunner Daniel Verastegui
Federal 11,560.00 Larry Jillian Sharpe Mark Anderson
Federal & State of Iowa 36,051.67 Russell Jennifer Schaffer Daniel Verastegui
Federal 5,454.35 Rita Kelly McGrath Daniel Verastegui
Federal 13,014.00 Mark Kelly McGrath Mark Anderson
Federal 7,604.00 Michael Marek Grabowski Daniel Verastegui
Federal 15,053.07 Kenyatta Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Federal 21,099.50 Brenda Robert Kitson Mark Anderson
Federal 43,407.00 David Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Total $721,467.97

As previously stated, a Currently Not Collectible status has to be maintained.  Many times in life, we can experience financial changes that improve our situations.  A new job or a promotion, for example, can result in a shift in finances that removes a taxpayer from financial hardship.  If this happens before the expiration date on an individual’s tax balance, the Agency responsible can once again charge for the unpaid back taxes.  For this reason, taxpayers in CNC have to prove occasionally that they are still in financial hardship and are deserving of their CNC status.

Finances can be tricky for anyone to manage.  Taxes are no exception.  Currently Not Collectible cases only work if they are processed correctly, approved and if the status is kept throughout the entire period in which it is necessary.  Community Tax’s negotiators and case processors work daily with their clients to ensure that their resolutions are successful and their tax obligation is removed.  If you cannot afford the balance you owe the IRS or the state, call Community Tax today to get started working on your resolution.  Help is available, take advantage of it!

Community Tax assists people with many tax resolution services. Call today to find out how Community Tax can help you: (800) 444-0622

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Need tax resolution services such as currently not collectible status?

When people think of outstanding financial obligations, it is often attributed to spending more than one has. Back taxes, however, can accumulate for different reasons. An individual might miss payments because of financial hardship or illness and then find they owe back taxes to the IRS plus interest and penalties. When a situation like this arises, it is common that a taxpayer may be unable to repay the amount they’ve accrued. Having fallen on hard times, there may just be no money available to settle the balance.

This occasion is one of the most important times to find someone to represent you to the IRS. At Community Tax, our tax specialists have successfully negotiated to help clients get relief under the Currently Not Collectible program. This settlement option, reserved for those who cannot afford to pay any of their tax balance, is difficult to attain because of some strict rules that must be followed.

All back taxes have an expiration date. If a taxpayer is accepted into the CNC program, they are considered relieved of their obligation to the IRS. If they maintain this status through the last expiration date of their tax balance, they will not have to pay it. An individual can maintain their CNC status by proving that they are in financial hardship.  This means that the amount of income received in a given year is less than their total expenses.

Since last week, over 20 clients have entered into Currently Non Collectible Status. The table below contains the information about their cases. You’ll see which Agency approved their resolutions, the balanced they owed and the names of the team members that secured their settlements. Their last names have been taken out of the table for privacy reasons.

Agency Tax Balance Client Name Tax Practitioner Case Processor
Federal 40,143.00 Tommy Jillian Sharpe Daniel Verastegui
Federal 1,918.40 Sadrack Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Federal 8,370.00 Bonnie Daniel Kattan Karla Ortiz
Federal 7,994.00 Zebatric Jeremy Brunner Karla Ortiz
Federal 119,524.00 Jorge Jeremy Brunner Robert Kitson
State of New York 87,515.75 Ralph Kelly McGrath Daniel Verastegui
Federal & State of Connecticut 26,939.00 Erik Kelly McGrath Karla Ortiz
Federal 32,976.00 Sonny Daniel Kattan Mark Anderson
Federal 9,504.46 Emilio Kelly McGrath Karla Ortiz
Federal 24,683.97 Carol Marek Grabowski Karla Ortiz
Federal 17,446.73 Ismael Daniel Kattan Mark Anderson
Federal & State of Georgia 145,622.60 Joshua Daniel Kattan Khoa Lam
Federal 30,889.47 Francisco Irina Cedano Karla Ortiz
Federal 14,697.00 Doris Jeremy Brunner Daniel Verastegui
Federal 11,560.00 Larry Jillian Sharpe Mark Anderson
Federal & State of Iowa 36,051.67 Russell Jennifer Schaffer Daniel Verastegui
Federal 5,454.35 Rita Kelly McGrath Daniel Verastegui
Federal 13,014.00 Mark Kelly McGrath Mark Anderson
Federal 7,604.00 Michael Marek Grabowski Daniel Verastegui
Federal 15,053.07 Kenyatta Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Federal 21,099.50 Brenda Robert Kitson Mark Anderson
Federal 43,407.00 David Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Total $721,467.97

As previously stated, a Currently Not Collectible status has to be maintained. Many times in life, we can experience financial changes that improve our situations.  A new job or a promotion, for example, can result in a shift in finances that removes a taxpayer from financial hardship. If this happens before the expiration date on an individual’s tax balance, the Agency responsible can once again charge for the unpaid back taxes. For this reason, taxpayers in CNC have to prove occasionally that they are still in financial hardship and are deserving of their CNC status.

Finances can be tricky for anyone to manage.  Taxes are no exception. Currently Not Collectible cases only work if they are processed correctly, approved and if the status is kept throughout the entire period in which it is necessary. Community Tax’s negotiators and case processors work daily with their clients to ensure that their resolutions are successful and their tax obligation is removed. If you cannot afford the balance you owe the IRS or the state, call Community Tax today to get started working on your resolution. Help is available, take advantage of it!

Community Tax assists people with many tax resolution services. Call today to find out how Community Tax can help you: (800) 444-0622

Tax Resolution Services

Need tax resolution services such as currently not collectible status?

When people think of outstanding financial obligations, it is often attributed to spending more than one has.  Back taxes, however, can accumulate for different reasons.  An individual might miss payments because of financial hardship or illness and then find they owe back taxes to the IRS plus interest and penalties.  When a situation like this arises, it is common that a taxpayer may be unable to repay the amount they’ve accrued.  Having fallen on hard times, there may just be no money available to settle the balance.

This occasion is one of the most important times to find someone to represent you to the IRS.  At Community Tax, our tax specialists have successfully negotiated to help clients get relief under the Currently Not Collectible program.  This settlement option, reserved for those who cannot afford to pay any of their tax balance, is difficult to attain because of some strict rules that must be followed.

All back taxes have an expiration date.  If a taxpayer is accepted into the CNC program, they are considered relieved of their obligation to the IRS.  If they maintain this status through the last expiration date of their tax balance, they will not have to pay it.  An individual can maintain their CNC status by proving that they are in financial hardship.  This means that the amount of income received in a given year is less than their total expenses.

Since last week, over 20 clients have entered into Currently Non Collectible Status.  The table below contains the information about their cases.  You’ll see which Agency approved their resolutions, the balanced they owed and the names of the team members that secured their settlements.  Their last names have been taken out of the table for privacy reasons.

Agency Tax Balance Client Name Tax Practitioner Case Processor
Federal 40,143.00 Tommy Jillian Sharpe Daniel Verastegui
Federal 1,918.40 Sadrack Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Federal 8,370.00 Bonnie Daniel Kattan Karla Ortiz
Federal 7,994.00 Zebatric Jeremy Brunner Karla Ortiz
Federal 119,524.00 Jorge Jeremy Brunner Robert Kitson
State of New York 87,515.75 Ralph Kelly McGrath Daniel Verastegui
Federal & State of Connecticut 26,939.00 Erik Kelly McGrath Karla Ortiz
Federal 32,976.00 Sonny Daniel Kattan Mark Anderson
Federal 9,504.46 Emilio Kelly McGrath Karla Ortiz
Federal 24,683.97 Carol Marek Grabowski Karla Ortiz
Federal 17,446.73 Ismael Daniel Kattan Mark Anderson
Federal & State of Georgia 145,622.60 Joshua Daniel Kattan Khoa Lam
Federal 30,889.47 Francisco Irina Cedano Karla Ortiz
Federal 14,697.00 Doris Jeremy Brunner Daniel Verastegui
Federal 11,560.00 Larry Jillian Sharpe Mark Anderson
Federal & State of Iowa 36,051.67 Russell Jennifer Schaffer Daniel Verastegui
Federal 5,454.35 Rita Kelly McGrath Daniel Verastegui
Federal 13,014.00 Mark Kelly McGrath Mark Anderson
Federal 7,604.00 Michael Marek Grabowski Daniel Verastegui
Federal 15,053.07 Kenyatta Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Federal 21,099.50 Brenda Robert Kitson Mark Anderson
Federal 43,407.00 David Robert Kitson Karla Ortiz
Total $721,467.97

As previously stated, a Currently Not Collectible status has to be maintained.  Many times in life, we can experience financial changes that improve our situations.  A new job or a promotion, for example, can result in a shift in finances that removes a taxpayer from financial hardship.  If this happens before the expiration date on an individual’s tax balance, the Agency responsible can once again charge for the unpaid back taxes.  For this reason, taxpayers in CNC have to prove occasionally that they are still in financial hardship and are deserving of their CNC status.

Finances can be tricky for anyone to manage.  Taxes are no exception.  Currently Not Collectible cases only work if they are processed correctly, approved and if the status is kept throughout the entire period in which it is necessary.  Community Tax’s negotiators and case processors work daily with their clients to ensure that their resolutions are successful and their tax obligation is removed.  If you cannot afford the balance you owe the IRS or the state, call Community Tax today to get started working on your resolution.  Help is available, take advantage of it!

Community Tax assists people with many tax resolution services. Call today to find out how Community Tax can help you: (800) 444-0622

Get a personal consultation.

By entering your phone number and clicking the “Get Started” button, you provide your electronic signature and consent for Community Tax LLC or its service providers to contact you with information and offers at the phone number provided using an automated system, pre-recorded messages, and/or text messages. Consent is not required as a condition of purchase. Message and data rates may apply.