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How to Set Up a Payment Plan with Georgia’s Department of Revenue

How to Set Up a Payment Plan with Georgia’s Department of Revenue

By on Oct 1, 2017 in Tax Tips | 0 comments

 

If you are currently in debt to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), there are certain steps you need to take to ensure them that you have every intention of paying your debt. Otherwise, the IRS will have no other choice but to take more aggressive action to collect what is owed to them.irs 1040 forms on top of $20 dollar bills

If you are currently in debt to the Georgia Department of Revenue, there are some precautionary steps that you can take to pay off your debt. You can schedule an affordable payment plan. However, you should know that not all payment plans work the same for each state. So if you happen to live in Houston and have gotten used to paying your state taxes one way, there may be some slight modifications if you move to the state of Georgia. This is where Success Tax Relief can come in and assist you with arranging an affordable monthly payment for your state taxes. We’ve been in the business of alleviating taxpayers’ debt to the IRS nationwide for over 30 years.

For residents living in the state of Georgia, this is what you need to know about paying your state taxes off:

Find Out if You’re Eligible

First, in order to set up payment arrangements, we have to determine whether or not you qualify. In the state of Georgia, you will not be approved for a monthly payment plan if you are in the middle of a bankruptcy filing or have a pending Offer in Compromise going. If you haven’t filed all of your state tax returns, you will not be approved. Also, if your tax debt has been reported to the department’s private collection agencies, then you will not be approved for a monthly installment plan.

Consider the Time Factor

Another important factor you need to know about a monthly payment plan is that if you are approved, it cannot exceed the length of 60 months. So whatever amount you owe the Georgia Department of Revenue, it needs to be paid in full within the next 5 years.

This may be disheartening, but Success Tax Relief can still help you through such a stressful time. We have the experience and expertise to help alleviate the tax debt of hard-working citizens like yourself. We have a team of tax preparers, accountants, lawyers, and CPAs on hand to help you take care of your tax issues. We have successfully handled cases small and large and have the proven success to reduce the amount of what you owe and in some cases eliminate the debt altogether!

You Might Need Some Professional Assistance

Every taxpayer’s situation is different and is approached as such. Let us take a look at your case. Schedule a free consultation with a professional tax relief consultant to learn about the different ways we can approach reducing your tax debt to the Georgia Department of Revenue. Call Success Tax Relief directly at 877-825-1179 or contact us online. You can also email us!

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