Solving Tax Debts: Economic Hardship in the Time of COVID.
On December 22nd I (Eric Green) and The Nina Olson, our former IRS National Taxpayer Advocate, will be doing a special two-hour webinar on how to solve your client’s tax debts in this particularly difficult economic time. We are asking you to pay $35 because it is a fund raiser, and ALL PROCEEDS go to the Center for Taxpayer Rights.
Low Income Taxpayers are being hammered right now, and the Low Income Taxpayer Clinics are getting over-run. Join us for a fun program, get two CE/CPE credits, and help low income taxpayers everywhere.
So please register here, help people that need it it this holiday season, and we will see you on December 22nd: https://taxrepllc.com/program-20201222-ctr-solving-tax-debts/?inf_contact_key=acd41b51bfd3215623df1b09989d83c4680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1
As 2020 closes out, COVID continues to rage across America and the economic devastation from the pandemic is hammering businesses and taxpayers. There are opportunities for those of us with taxpayers in trouble to help people resolve their issue and avoid IRS enforcement. When a taxpayer is unable to pay his or her living expenses, they may have their account placed in hardship, or what is known in tax lingo as ‘Uncollectible’ status. But what does uncollectible status mean, exactly, and how can a taxpayer request to have their account listed as such? How does the IRS refund offset program work, and its impact on taxpayers already struggling. The program will also discuss resolving tax debts and the Offer-in-compromise program. Attorney Eric Green and Former IRS National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson will explain what uncollectible status is and what practitioners and taxpayers should do to help their taxpayers be put in a hardship category so enforcement activity ceases.