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Background Information

Employment History

VP-Finance and Administration

Heartland Alliance

Operations Manager

Bally Total Fitness Corporation

Division Controller

Waste Management , Inc.

Affiliations

Member
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Inc

Education

r Bachelor of Science

Accounting , College of Business Administration

University of Illinois

r Juris Doctor with Distinction

John Marshall Law School

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Pat holds both CPA and attorney credentials. Pat started her professional career in 1979 and became a COMPLUS Associate in 2001. She began as a Division Controller for Waste Management, served as VP-Finance & Administration for Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights (not-for-profit), and more recently as Operations Manager for Sporex Financial Systems and T-USA Martial Arts (both sold to Bally Total Fitness Corporation). Pat holds a 2 nd Dan Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.
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"The IRS knows if they let ...

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"The IRS knows if they let you drag it out longer, they're just going to get more interest and penalties," says Patricia L. Cosentino, a certified public accountant and attorney in Oak Lawn, Ill. If you owe more than $25,000, you may still be able to get an installment agreement, but you'll have to disclose personal financial information to the IRS first. Then, it will decide how much you can afford to pay each month, Cosentino adds.

When choosing between the installment agreement and a credit card, look first at the interest rates you're being offered. With an installment agreement, taxpayers typically won't pay more than 7 percent or 8 percent of the balance in interest and fees, Cosentino says.

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