Once you ask for a payment agreement, collection efforts cease.
IRS will automatically extend filing deadline to Oct. 15, but you still have to pay what you owe now.
End of Bush tax cuts and additional Medicare tax will mean higher taxes, especially for wealthy. And inflation could push more into that group.
You can call, but the IRS would rather you checked online.
IRS will accept 'pennies on the dollar' only if you meet certain criteria. But companies will take your money even when you don't.
IRS charges 5% a month for failure to file unless you get an extension.
Liability protection? Doubtful, and you'll get to spend more on your lawyer and accountant.
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