Tax Dictionary – Collection Information Statement
The IRS may ask you to complete a Collection Information Statement (Form 433-F, Form 433-A, or Form 433-B) and provide proof of your financial status (including information about your assets and your monthly income and expenses) before approving your request to delay collection.
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The IRS uses Collection Information Statements (Forms 433-F and 433-A) to gather financial information from taxpayers, including people who are self-employed. These forms ask for your monthly income and expenses and the value of any assets you have, such as bank accounts, real estate, stocks, etc.
The IRS uses Form 433-B to determine a business’s ability to make payments.
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