To expedite resolving accounts when $100,000 or more in tax, penalties and interest are owed, the Internal Revenue Service needs to have the following information available when making contact:
• Valid Power of Attorney (Form 2848) covering all tax periods • Copies of delinquent tax returns and /or ASFR returns (automated substitute for returns)
• Completed Form 433- A, 433-B or 433-F
• Explain in detail why the taxpayer is not able to full pay or borrow to full pay • Three months of current bank statements (all accounts)
• Three months of current pay stubs for both the taxpayer and the taxpayer’s spouse • Value of 401K/Retirement • Investment income • Employer’s information including work number • Value of all property and/or available equity • Year make of vehicles, value, equity, balance owed, and monthly payments • Commission statement • Profit and Loss statements for self-employed taxpayers • Life insurance policies, (whole or term), any borrowing ability? And/or value of policy • Spouse’s income and source with name/address/phone number • Rental income • Pension income and/or Social Security income • Out-of-pocket medical expenses • Substantiation of Court ordered payments • Substantiation of payments being made • Secured loan(s) – amount of loan and remaining balance(s)
• Number of individual’s living in the house hold
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