If you owe $50,000 or more in personal taxes to the IRS, you may be required to complete a Collection Information Statement.
IRS Form 433-F or 433-A
Form 433-F, Collection Information StatementIf you owe the IRS between $50,000 and $200,000 and want a monthly Installment Agreement or Currently Not Collectible (CNC) status, the Service may require you to complete form 433-F. It is a two page document that is used to obtain current financial information to determine the best way to satisfy the debt. You will need to contact the IRS' Automated Collection System by telephone to submit the 433-F information and resolve your tax liabilities.
You may also submit your 433-F form by mail with form 9465, Installment Agreement Request.
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Form 433-A, Collection Information Statement for Wage Earners and Self-Employed IndividualsIf you owe the IRS $200,000 or more, your case will be assigned to a local Revenue Officer (RO) for collection. The RO will require form 433-A in order to grant an Installment Agreement or CNC status. The 433-A is six pages long and more detailed than the 433-F. Wage Earners only need to complete the first four pages of the 433-A, while Self-Employed Individuals (sole-proprietors) are required to complete all six pages.
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Partial Payment Installment Agreement
Currently Not Collectible Status
Offer in Compromise