According to Instant Tax Solutions, Currently not Collectible, or CNC, is a status into which a past due IRS tax debt account can fall. The IRS has many different ways to determine if an account is considered uncollectible. Unwillingness to pay is not considered reason enough for a CNC status
Instant Tax Solutions: Complaints Regarding Suspected Abuse of the Tax-Exempt Business Status May Be Reported to the Internal Revenue Service for Review
Complaints regarding potential non-compliance with the IRS Non-Exempt status may be filed for investigation. A special division of the IRS called the Tax Exempt and Government Entities Operating Division handles claims of this nature with unbiased discretion. According to Instant Tax Solutions, complaints are submitted using Form 13909. This, along with supporting documentation, will be addressed and reviewed. The process will be acknowledged via letter from the IRS. Instant Tax Solutions says complaints made by an anonymous source will not be acknowledged but will still be investigated.
For an account to be rendered CNC, there must be absolute certainty by the IRS that it is not going to be paid. Reasons vary but often the IRS isn’t able to locate the debtor or the debtor has passed away leaving no assets. In the case of aging debt, reports Instant Tax Solutions, there is a statute of limitations on the time frame in which the IRS can collect monies owed. According to Instant Tax Solutions, once the time expires the taxpayer must notify the IRS that they are no longer legally entitled to collect the debt
Instant Tax Solutions: Complaint Process for Tax Exempt Non-compliance
Form 13909, is the complaints form for reporting tax-exempt organizations who do not properly comply with IRS policy. Individuals wishing to report an issue with a tax exempt business’ non-compliance may file this form and are requested to add any documents in support of the claims. According to Instant Tax Solutions, complaints are taken quite seriously by the IRS, as tax-exempt organizations are government sanctioned. It is in the best interest of the people, that complaints be handled by IRS agents who have taken a vow of neutrality in the matter. The form may be email to email@example.com.
There are other cases where the IRS may write off the debt. An IRS agent may elect CNC status for a taxpayer living on foreign land that does not allow the US government to collect from its residents. The IRS also has guidelines in place where agents may place an account on CNC at their discretion based on a tolerance level of funds owed. Also, some individuals may qualify if paying the debt in whole or in part would create a dire financial situation
Instant Tax Solutions: Complaints to the IRS Against Tax Professionals
Instant Tax Solutions says complaints about unprofessionalism involving tax attorneys, CPA, or enrolled agent may be reported to the IRS by fax. (202-622-2207) There are four categories of violation that could result in action by the IRS, says Instant Tax Solutions. Categories include inappropriate taxpayer representation, issues with the provider’s own return, intentionally giving the taxpayer bad information, and issues not in direct involvement with the IRS.Complaints should be reported if misconduct is involved.
Business and corporations may also have “outs”. Certain dissolved LLCs with no financial holdings will be issued a CNC status. Code 07 allows for an LLC with a responsible party, exempt organizations, or corporation to be CNC if they have been liquidated in a bankruptcy proceeding. Military personnel deployed to an active combat zone may also be eligible as are Single Member Owners (SMO) for whom the IRS is unable to locate any assets based on an EIN number
The tax attorneys of Instant Tax Solutions say complaints involving bad tax firms are a growing problem in the industry. Clients often report to Instant Tax Solutions complaints they have against unprofessional firms. Usually, complaints are the lack of effort by the case manager. Sometimes, however, the issues are much more involved and may result in criminal actions. Complaints of flat out fraud should be reported to the IRS by fax at 202-622-2207.
The IRS uses a number of ways to validate claims that an account holder does not have the ability to pay. Usually, a form called a Collection Information Statement (CIS) is completed. The IRS, however, does have the right to physically follow up on claims. Instant Tax Solutions advises clients that honesty is always the best policy with Uncle Sam
When Post Falls, Idaho, based Instant Tax Solutions found complaints listed online regarding their firm, they quickly sought to determine which client felt as though he or she was not satisfied. It was discovered that the Instant Tax Solutions complaints were planted online by a competitor seeking to undermine the tax debt resolution firm’s reputation. Complaints should be ignored unless they are posted with a reputable source such as the Idaho BBB. Checking the BBB website, potential clients can take note that there are only two Instant tax Solutions complaints over the last year – and they have both been resolved.
For more information about a Currently Not Collectible account status, please contact Instant Tax Solutions at 888.946.2999.
According to Idaho-based tax firm Instant Tax Solutions, complaints have been levied against them by an unknown source. Recently, Instant Tax Solutions complaints have popped up on a wee-known complaint site with accusations intent on damaging the firm. It is requested by Instant Tax Solutions that complaints be disregarded as they are no more than a smear campaign apparently started by a rival tax firm seeking to tap the client base of Instant Tax Solutions. Complaints on websites such as the BBB are considered more reliable and clients are encouraged to check there first.
Instant Tax Solutions is a nationally respected tax debt relief firm based in Post Falls, Idaho. Their 40 plus tax professionals are knowledgeable in all areas of IRS delinquency and procedure. They aim to aid and educate their clients and ensure an open line of communication throughout the term of their service. Founded in the mid 2000s by Byron Pedersen and Ian Woodman, Instant Tax Solutions was built on the belief that good people find themselves in bad situations and that they deserve the same respect they enjoyed prior to their hardship
Online postings of Instant Tax Solutions complaints have once again been determined false and remain unsubstantiated. The firm’s complaints have been posted on websites catering to angry consumers. The firm denies the allegations and points out that the Instant Tax Solutions complaints are not attributed to an actual client but linked to a rival firm – allegedly trying to shed a negative light against Instant Tax Solutions. Complaints do not have any real information and appear to be written from a script.