Installment Plans To Manage Your Tax Obligation

Many people who find themselves with a tax liability they simply cannot pay aren't sure what to do. Some put off handling the situation, others try to resolve the issue on their own. The best option, however, is to contact an experienced tax attorney — one who is familiar with tax laws and procedures.

If you are facing a tax liability, an offer in compromise may be a potential route. A lawyer typically negotiates with the IRS to reduce the amount of tax debt you owe. Entering into an IRS installment agreement is another option.

Understanding Installment Plans

With an installment plan, you make monthly payments over a period of time to pay off your tax obligation. Your tax lawyer works with the IRS to establish a manageable amount based on your income and a number of other factors.

If an installment arrangement is the best solution, I can help.

Extensive Experience From Former IRS Attorney

I am an Atlanta, Georgia, tax attorney Max Benkel, and I have helped set up installment plans for many taxpayers. I am a 30-year veteran with previous experience working as an IRS agent and IRS lawyer. I collaborate and negotiate with IRS officials on a daily basis and am extremely familiar with tax laws, protocols and procedures.

I have helped individuals who have owed $5,000 to $35 million in taxes. No issue is too complex. I can help you.

Free In-Person Consultations

If you are facing a tax liability, call me at the Law Offices of Max Benkel, P.C., today. We can schedule a face-to-face meeting to discuss options and whether setting up an installment plan is right for your situation. I offer flexible appointment and payment options.

Call my office at 404-287-0053. You can also fill out my online form and your information will be sent to me directly.

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