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IRS Offer in Compromise

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You have explored options like the payment of tax debt in full and tried to forge an installment agreement. But, all to no avail. What do you do? Well, you might just be able to qualify for an IRS offer in compromise.

This should generally be your last resort and you must investigate all your payment options before applying for the offer in compromise with the IRS.

The Basics of an IRS Offer in Compromise

An offer in compromise with the IRS is basically an agreement drawn out between the IRS and debtor taxpayer that helps in resolving the tax debt of the taxpayer. The IRS is authorized to accept less than the full payment of the tax debt, only under special circumstances and if the debtor meets certain conditions.

This essentially settlement or the ‘compromise’ of the federal tax liabilities is known as the IRS compromise offer for payment of taxes

Reasons for IRS Offer in Compromise

The IRS can agree to the compromise taking into consideration the following reasons:

A sufficient doubt exists that the assessed tax is incorrect

There is doubt that the tax payer might never be able to fill the complete amount of tax owed to the IRS

There is no doubt that the assessed tax is correct and full collection is possible, but there is an existence of a special circumstance that allows for the IRS to consider the taxpayers application for a tax offer in compromise. This comes under ‘Effective Tax Administration’

Our IRS Compromise Offer Services

Our tax offer in compromise solutions would provide you with extensive expertise that would enable you to plan, prepare, and finally negotiate all aspects pertinent to an IRS offer in compromise.

We first see whether you qualify on all the parameters of an offer in compromise with the IRS and then do all that is needful to try resolve yourdelinquent tax liability through this method.

If you want help regarding the IRS guidelines regarding the IRS compromise offer or any other aspects of the Offer in Compromise do contact us on an immediate basis.