It may be possible for you to avoid spending thousands of dollars on IRS penalties, but how you save money varies, as everyone’s situation is different.
There are several important factors to consider if you’re thinking about making a voluntary back-tax payment. The payment can either be in your best interest, or the IRS’.
It’s important that you understand your rights when dealing with the IRS. You have the right to tell the IRS how you want a voluntary payment to be applied.
If you fail to designate a voluntary payment, the IRS won’t apply that payment in your best interest. Continue reading for more details on what this means and how it can cost you money...
So, how do I make IRS installment payments in a way that gives me an advantage?
Every situation is different, and one must consider factors like the risk of enforcement, whether the tax liabilities are trust taxes owed by a company, etc.
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