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Dealing With IRS Collections During A Financial Hardship

Venar Ayar On IRS Financial Hardship

If you’re already having financial problems, IRS collection actions can make your situation even more difficult. Fortunately, the IRS will consider your financial issues if you ask for a collection alternative.

Request A CDP Hearing

The IRS won’t know about your financial hardship unless you tell them. If your assets are about to be seized, you should make sure you request a Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing to explain your situation.

The IRS is usually required to send a Notice of Intent to Levy in the mail before your assets can be seized. You have 30 days to respond to this notice and request a CDP hearing. At the hearing, you can propose collection alternatives, and the IRS won’t levy your assets until the CDP process is complete.

Make sure you read every IRS notice you get and pay careful attention to any deadlines mentioned in the notice.

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When To Request A Collection Due Process Hearing

What is A Collection Due Process Hearing?

A collection due process (CDP) hearing gives you one last chance to avoid a federal tax lien or tax levy. You will know you have a right to request a CDP hearing because you will receive a CDP notice. This notice is sent when any of the following IRS collection actions are being taken:

  • Filing of a Federal tax lien
  • Bank account levy
  • Jeopardy Levy
  • Levy on Your State Tax Refund

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