Tax Debt Relief Tips – Utah State Tax Commission

M&M Financial helps struggling taxpayers resolve IRS and Utah State Tax Commission liabilities. Call (866) 487-5624 to discover your options.

If you owe the Utah State Tax Commission, the following information may be of use to you.

• USTC does have a formal Offer in Compromise program to resolve back tax debt.
• USTC Installment Agreements on liabilities of less than $5,000 must be paid in 24 months or less with a minimum payment of $25/month.
• The USTC prefers liabilities $5,000 or greater to be paid in full within 90 days. If you are unable to full pay in 90 days, you will need to provide the Tax Commission with a completed Collection Information Statement, a down payment and must pay your debt within 24 months.
• UT State Tax Commission will consider abatement of penalties for reasonable cause only after the tax is paid. Reasonable Cause includes:
 Return mailed timely to wrong place
 Death or Serious Illness
 Unavoidable Absence
 Disaster Relief
 Reliance on Erroneous Tax Commission Information
 Unobtainable Records
 Reliance on Competent Tax Advisor
 First Time Filer
 Bank Error
 Compliance History
 Employee Embezzlement
 Recent Tax Law Change

M&M Financial assists both businesses and individuals resolve their tax debts with both the IRS and State taxing authorities, including the Utah State Tax Commission. Take a look at some of M&M’s Utah client case examples near you.

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