Q: I am trying to negotiate a forbearance on overdue excise tax bill, due to lengthy illness. Legal help?
It can be exceedingly stressful to manage these things yourself but the IRS has some helpful videos and pamphlets about the process that you may want to review before selecting a professional or trying to work this out on your own. Here is a link to the IRS videos that may be on point: http://www.tax.gov/Professional/Collections
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