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DEFERRED PAYMENT REQUEST FORM FILL OUT THIS SECTION IF YOU ARE REQUESTING A PAYMENT PLAN FOR YOUR PERSONAL TAXES Name Last First Address Street Address Apartment/Unit City State ZIP Code Home Phone Daytime Phone E-mail Address Primary Social Security Number Secondary Social Security Number Business Name NJ Registration / FEIN Business Phone Alternate Phone Responsible Officer s Social Security Number Use additional sheets if necessary CONTACT INFORMATION IF DIFFERENT FROM ABOVE Primary...
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How do I set up a payment plan with the IRS this is one of the most common questions that I'm asked, and unfortunately it's not a very simple question to answer I'm attorney Darren mishit I've been representing clients before the IRS since 1999 when you want to set up a payment plan with the IRS which is also known as an installment agreement one of the big factors in determining the size of your payment is the amount that you owe to the IRS if you owe $50,000 or less and can pay an equal monthly installment over 72 months you might be in perfect shape assuming you can't readily pay them back from a liquid asset like cash in your bank account they'll likely grant you an installment agreement assuming you owe less than $50,000, and you can full pay it within 72 months in this example that payment would likely be around 700 to 750 dollars per month penalties and interest continue to accrue, so it could be quite some time before you see much movement in the principle if you enter into such an installment agreement second if you owe more than $50,000 the IRS is going to want to look at your monthly income and monthly allowable expenses the difference between your monthly income and monthly allowable expenses is called your monthly disposable income the IRS looks at your monthly disposable income and that's what they want you to pay on a monthly basis for your installment agreement this may not sound like a problem with the monthly allowable expenses that they actually allow our Draconian in nature and don't really reflect reality at all so for example you may actually pay $2,500 per month and rent but the IRS monthly allowable amount for your county might only be $1,500 in this example you'd have $1,000 in monthly disposable income that actually doesn't even exist without some advice about how to arrange your monthly finances and some planning beforehand your monthly installment agreement payment could be much higher than it needs to be the IRS is also going to want your monthly installment agreement payment to be sufficient to full pay your liability before the collection statute of limitations expires this means that your payment must be enough to pay off the liability before the balance of the ten years that the IRS has to collect your liability has run out lastly there's something called a partial pay installment agreement in a partial pay installment agreement the IRS will look at your monthly disposable income and allow you to pay a monthly amount that will not full pay the balance of the liability, but the collection statute of limitations expires for example if you only have two years left on the collection statute of limitations, and you owe $24,000, but they agree that your monthly disposable income is only $300 then you only pay a total of seventy-two hundred dollars before the collection statute of limitations expires that's three hundred dollars times twenty-four months that's a great deal the big catch in this type of situation is that...
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