Currently Not Collectible
Paying your tax liability may cause undue hardship, or in other words, prevent you from affording basic living expenses (eg. food, rent, child support, etc.). If you have no ability to pay your taxes without causing undue hardship, the IRS can declare you currently not collectible, or "CNC". Once you are placed under "CNC" status, all collection activities against you will stop until your financial situation improves. The Taxperts will review your financial situation and submit proof to the IRS your inability to pay your back taxes. If your financial situation does not improve within the statutue of limitations, you may be resolved of all your tax liabilities. However, there is a cost. In almost all cases, the IRS will file a tax lien against you to protect their interests.