The IRS took my federal refund for a mistake that I made. Will they take my state also for the balance I owe?

I asked for payment plan with the IRS, but they took refund instead.

Asked by Birdyt052

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Answered by Paul Carson, Loan Officer in Conshohocken, PA
Do you have a CPA? | 05.26.16 @ 01:50
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Answered by Dave Bradley, Investment Manager (Financial Advisor) in North Charleston, SC
HI Birdyt052,

That is certainly a possibility. When you asked for a payment plan, did you actually make a good faith payment with your request and have you made financial arrangements to secure the remainder of what you owe? The IRS, like anyone, just wants the money they are owed plus interest. The IRS is very methodical. Have you discussed this with your tax advisor or tax attorney? There are also several reputable agencies that specialize in this type of situation.

You are welcome to also contact us directly to discuss your situation in greater detail. No obligation.

Its not what you make; Its what you keep that determines your lifestyle. | 05.26.16 @ 04:28
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