Making a Strong Case for Leniency
After the IRS has sent you a notice informing you of a federal tax lien—that is, a seizure of an asset for owed back taxes—you can file a Collection Due Process appeal. This allows you to have a hearing and try to extend the IRS 10-year statute of limitations, so you can have more time to pay your tax debt and avoid the lien or levy.
With the Collection Due Process appeal, you must submit your written appeal quickly: within 30 days. Usually you will get a decision on your appeal at the end of your hearing. Thus, it’s very important to have correct, accurate documentation as well as an excellent plan for paying your tax debt. Schneider can help you file the appeal and prepare for your hearing, and inform you of case types that can’t get the hearing before the lien or levy occurs.
We know what’s at stake for business owners when dealing with the IRS, and we work with you closely, on your level. Confident that we’ll find you a solution as we have for hundreds of others, we ensure that tax forms and documentation are error-free, thorough and compliant—putting your best face forward.
With our unique qualifications, the Schneider team will explain the financial and legal implications of your case and work toward a reasonable end. And given that the IRS wants to collect owed taxes, they’re more willing to work with you and an equitable arrangement is more likely to be reached.