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Currently Non-Collectible or CNC (IRS Status 53)
TEMPORARY HALT ON COLLECTION
What is Currently Non-Collectible?
Currently Non-Collectible, also known as a hardship status is an IRS tax relief program for taxpayers with financial hardship that prevents them from making minimum payments on their taxes and basic living expenses. When this happens the IRS will remove the taxpayers account from eh collections department, and place it in Status 53, stopping all collection and enforcement action against the taxpayer.
How Long Does Currently Non-Collectible Stay in Effect?
The IRS will come back to review and reevaluate the taxpayer’s financial situation on a frequent basis to see if they are still qualified. The law requires taxpayers who are placed in Currently Non-collectible status to remain there for a minimum of 1 year.
How do I qualify for Currently Non-Collectible?
To qualify for Currently Non-collectible you will have to prepare a financial statement, usually a 433-F showing the IRS that your income and expenses do not allow you to make any payments on the tax debt, without endangering the health, welfare or basic income of yourself or household.
What do I do after my Tax Account is placed in Currently Non-Collectible?
Currently Non-Collectible is not a permanent solution, and it is recommended for taxpayers who fall under that category to apply for an Offer in compromise to permanently reduce their tax liability.
Getting Professional Tax Help.
Tax Attorney.com works with tax attorneys, CPA’s, Enrolled Agents, former IRS agents, and tax relief specialists who can assist you with placing your tax account in the Currently Non-collectible status if you qualify. Having a professional on your side to help navigate your tax liability, will save you time, money, and headache. To talk with a tax specialist about being placed in the Currently Non-collectible Status and see what IRS relief programs you may qualify for; contact us online, or call us at 888-241-0002, and find out what you may be able to save.
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