Tax Resolution Services

Currently Not Collectible

If you are experiencing financial hardship and cannot pay your tax debt, Direct Tax Relief can help negotiate a “currently not collectible” status for your back taxes.

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Currently Not Collectible (CNC) means that a taxpayer, through severe financial hardship, has no ability to pay their tax debt. If this is the case, the Internal Revenue Service can declare their account “currently not collectible.” Once a CNC is declared, the IRS must stop all collection activities, including levies and garnishments. If you find yourself in a position where you’re unable to pay your taxes, Direct Tax Relief can help you through the CNC process.

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With DTR’s Help

You can negotiate a "currently not collectible” declaration for back taxes.


Excellent option for those in financial hardship


Stops future garnishments and levies


Not required to make payments while in CNC status


Prevents employer being notified about your tax debt

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