Taxpayers always have the right to contact the IRS to modify the terms of an existing Installment Payment agreement for changed circumstances -- in fact, the IRS encourages taxpayers to contact them directly before defaulting on an Installment Payment agreement.. Consider contacting the IRS to modify the payment amount. If you are unable to pay the tax debt, you may be eligible for an Offer In Compromise -- which may require the completion of another Form 433 (the same form that was completed to obtain the Installment Payment agreement). Feel free to contact me if I can assist you with this matter.
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Many times people come to me and say they had a poor experience and then we have to try to recover money from the prior firm. Try to find an attorney that will help do that as part of re-negotiating with the IRS. It is always important to factor in back state/local tax and estimated payments to figure out what you can afford with the IRS. My advice would be to find a new attorney right away and start over because it will probably take a bit of time no matter what.
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You certainly can refuse the payment arrangement. As my colleagues have so astutely stated, you have options and should look for legal counsel that will assist in both areas.
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