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I owe the irs 28k dollars. I have worked out a payment and have been paying monthly payments for the past 1 1/2 years. through an unrelated business venture I was involved in a law sute. To protect my self I filed for BK through the process I lost my home. While this is going on I am bulding a cleaning business. After the BK discharge, I was trying to renegotiate my payment plan with the irs with no success. they gave me 30 days to submit all cleaning business information. So that they could determine a payment plan. With 2 1/2 weeks in to there 30 day warning they striped my business bank account and left a -$600 balence. Now I can not pay my bills personal or business.

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I get chills just reading this. The IRS will not mess around with you. Definitely try to work something out with a specialist attorney. Your freedom stands on the line. I wish the best in this and will add you to my prayers tonight so things will work out for you.
 

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Thank you for the input. This is a big mess that I am in, but there is always hope. I will get through it!


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Were you approached by the IRS first ? Usually if you hit them first, they are more agreeable. I assume also, that this money is payroll taxes, etc....? They usually get VERY riled about unpaid payroll taxes. If that's the case, the state will come after you next. I agree with Theresa - it may be wise to get some representation at this point.
 

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Martin, you have 21 days to keep the money. You need a lawer that knows he can file for the banknot to send until they agree to meet. well that meeting will take six months. mean while you can round up the money to make and offer.

Whos says there right, they maybe. if you inform the bank to show you the paper work for sending your money you will find out they did not get a judge to put a signature on it. point that out to your lawer.

look on the back of this paper and look, the irs does not do things perfect either. if youchallenge them or the bank they may back off for a bit.

don't worry they will collect but this will give a chance to get onyour feet and get it taken care of.
 

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Were you approached by the IRS first ? Usually if you hit them first, they are more agreeable. I assume also, that this money is payroll taxes, etc....? They usually get VERY riled about unpaid payroll taxes. If that's the case, the state will come after you next. I agree with Theresa - it may be wise to get some representation at this point.
The state is about 6 months behind them to a year. Great advice Joel

Martin, call me I have a number in FL and NV. believe it or not you dont need a lawer from you state. maybe these guys can recomend a good lawer in your state.
 
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