I have a tax IRS
debt question involving my divorce
. My soon to be ex husband and I owe the IRS for past taxes, $13,261 for 2010 and another $4,093 for 2011. He has agreed to pay these in our divorce settlement. This amount that is due is from him purchasing a home prior to our marriage in 2010 in which he cashed in on his 401K and from him claiming too many deductions
on his W9. My income
was around $35,000 per year and would never warrant this amount of taxes being owed. His income was around $120,00 per year. We did file married filing jointly
and I did sign the tax forms
I've recently received notification from the IRS stating that if I don't respond by July 12th they will be levying them from me. I've been in contact with my estranged spouse and he claims that he has "stopped" the IRS from attempting to garnish our wages by filing
a 47 page document justifying what he's able to per month.
I've been told that I don't qualify for the Innocent Spouse relief
, but would really like to know for sure. Desperate for answers to get them off my back and have my estranged spouse pay as he has agreed.
I do not have any real estate in my name nor ability to benefit
from the sale of the previous home back in IL