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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 433-D vs. Form 433f

Instructions and Help about Form 433-D vs. Form 433f

Hello, this is Mark Dombrowski with True Resolve Tax Professionals. I am coming to you live from the Grotto of Agony. I thought it would be appropriate to use this new green screen that I got. They tell me I need to have a green screen studio. However, I might go back to my office setting, which I prefer. Your reactions to this video will help me determine what I should be doing. This is a do-it-yourself video on the Form 433D, specifically for requesting an installment agreement with the IRS. This form will have your banking information for direct debiting from your account. Let's get right into that form. I will bring it up on the screen so you won't have to look at me or my Grotto of Agony. This is the 433D, which was just recently revised in July 2020. You should be able to see my cursor. I have already started filling in some of the information for John and Patricia Iowa Lots from Main Street in Debtorsville, USA. Make sure to include your city and state. If both of you owe taxes, include both of your names and social security numbers. You can choose to use the top line for John O. A Lot and the next line for Patricia O. A Lot, or any other format that easily identifies you to the IRS employee reviewing the form. I recently reviewed a form for a client who only provided eight digits of their social security number instead of nine, and the IRS returned it because they couldn't identify the taxpayer. When I fill out a 433D, I do not include the taxpayer's phone numbers. I want the IRS to contact me, not the taxpayer, if they need to. However, if you are doing this on your own, it...