The IRS has a goal. That goal is not to look out for your best interests, but rather to get the most money from you in the shortest possible amount of time. That means that any payment plan or other compromise suggested by the IRS furthers its own goal and not your individual goals.
The initial plan suggested by the IRS is not necessarily the final plan that will be accepted. You may have room to negotiate your repayment strategy and/or reduce the amount that you owe to the government. However, the IRS may be unwilling to suggest these alternative tax solutions to you, and you may not be aware that they exist.
Accordingly, you might benefit from hiring an experienced Oklahoma City tax attorney who understands how the IRS works, who understands your rights, and who is not afraid to zealously advocate for a fair and equitable solution to your IRS tax problems.
For more information about your rights, we encourage you to contact one of our Oklahoma tax lawyers today via this website or by calling us directly at 800-721-7054. We also invite you to download a FREE copy of our book, The Ultimate Survival Guide for IRS Problems, from our website today so that you can get started addressing your issues, protecting your rights, and working toward a solution to your tax problems.