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Complete Guide To IRS Offers In Compromise | San Diego

Your Tax Settlement Guide: IRS Offers In Compromise

Having a tax debt is a huge problem for both American citizens and the U.S. government. Roughly 5 percent of Americans do not pay their taxes or have tax debt. This equates to about $28 billion per year in lost proceeds for the U.S. government. Is it any wonder that the IRS will become very aggressive with their enforcement tactics. While the IRS has ramped up financial and criminal penalties for those who do not pay their taxes, the agency has also offered various programs to help Americans pay off their debt.

The good news for taxpayers who have a lot of tax debt and are struggling financially is that it’s possible to become tax-debt free without going broke. The key is an Offer In Compromise (OIC) settlement with the IRS.

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Getting a tax settlement approved by the IRS is difficult. In 2016, out of approx. 80,000 tax settlement that was submitted, the IRS only approved approx. 33,000. That’s an approval rate of about 42 percent.

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Tax Settlement – Offer in Compromise

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What is an Offer in Compromise?
The IRS defines an OIC as “a tax settlement between a taxpayer and the Internal Revenue Service that settles a taxpayer’s tax liabilities for less than the full amount owed.” Meaning you pay less than the total debt you owe. Our tax professionals know this is a great tax relief option. What about you?

Who is an Offer in Compromise for? An OIC is generally intended for people who are financially unable to pay their entire tax debt amount. This type of OIC is known as Doubt as to Collectibility.

Insider legal tips:

  1. An Offer in Compromise is not available to those in the middle of bankruptcy proceedings.
  2. Payroll tax cannot be forgiven in an OIC unless you close out your E.I.N. You must shut your business down. If you do that, your payroll taxes will convert to income tax and then they can be settled.

Why will the IRS settle tax debt?

  • Protect individuals for financial hardship. It is in the interest of the IRS to give a taxpayer a Fresh Start so that they no longer have to expend collection resources on a tax debt that will never be paid.
  • The IRS will consent to an Offer in Compromise if the agency believes the tax settlement is the greatest amount it can collect before the 10-year statute of limitations runs out, which effectively stops the IRS’ ability to collect money from a taxpayer.

Interesting fact: The average Tax Settlement that the IRS accepted in 2015 was approx. $7,500.

MANY OF FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE CLIENTS PAID ONLY $500 IN TOTAL

Be warned: using the IRS financial formula doesn’t guarantee that the IRS will accept your OIC. There are many factors that can influence your OIC calculation that this formula cannot take into account, such as how close you are to the statute of limitations, i.e., how much longer the IRS can try to collect on your debt.

Important: The IRS is limited by the statute of limitations (also referred to as CSEDs), which says that the IRS only has 10 years (from date of assessment) to collect to your tax debt. If the 10 years are up, then the IRS cannot legally collect money from you. Read more about why calculating your CSED is extremely important to resolving your tax debt here.

What this means is that older tax debt will have greater bargaining power with the IRS, as they see your OIC as the last chance to collect some money from you before the statute of limitations runs out.

REMEMBER THIS: THE IRS WANTS TO DO 2 THINGS. ONE IS COLLECTING MONEY. THE 2ND IS TO CLOSE A CASE. AN OFFER IN COMPROMISE ACCOMPLISHES BOTH.

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Taxpayer troubles with getting OIC’s approved

There is a myriad of reasons why a person’s Offer in Compromise gets denied by the IRS. Here are some of the most common reasons:

  • The tax settlement application will be returned without consideration if taxpayers haven’t filed all required tax returns.
  • A taxpayer who can fully pay the liabilities through an installment agreement or other means won’t qualify for an OIC in most cases.
  • A person’s RCP is too high, i.e. he/she makes too much money or has too many assets.
  • Someone in the middle of bankruptcy proceedings.
  • Someone has a “good chunk of money” in their 401K.
  • The IRS will reject your settlement offer if the “I’s” and “T’s” weren’t all crossed on your paperwork.

If the IRS rejects an OIC, the taxpayer will be notified by mail. The letter may or may not explain the reason why the IRS rejected the settlement offer. The agency will provide detailed instructions on how the taxpayer may appeal the decision to the IRS Office of Appeals. The appeal must be made within 30 days from the date of the letter.

How Long Does An Offer in Compromise Take?

The entire Offer in Compromise process, from filing the application to an IRS decision will take approx. 10 to 12 months. The IRS will stop all enforcement action during this period of time. It’s important to also note that penalties and interest will continue to accumulate daily while OIC is being contemplated. So it’s important to get it right the first time, otherwise, you can end up with more debt than when you started. Additionally, submitting an OIC will suspend your debt’s CSED (the timeframe of collectability).

Hiring Our San Diego Tax Attorneys

As you have learned here, getting an OIC approved can be difficult, even for a tax professional, as it all depends on a given individual’s financial situation. However, an experienced tax attorney can think of things that may tip the scales in your favor, such as your case’s statute of limitations (which the IRS is notoriously bad at calculating, and other financial factors.

DON’T OVERPAY FOR YOUR OFFER IN COMPROMISE!

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The time involved in all Offers in Compromise is approx. the same. Some people take a few more labor hours than others. Don’t overpay to settle your tax debt. It doesn’t matter how much we save you. How much you owe is IRRELEVANT! It’s all about labor hours it takes to do the job.

When possible, our tax attorneys have helped many clients get favorable OICs approved. Below is a graph some of those cases:

Someone who is contemplating an OIC should seriously consider retaining the help of a tax attorney. Unlike CPAs and enrolled agents from debt resolution firms, a tax attorney isn’t just trained in compliance. In addition to knowing the rules, a tax attorney is trained in the art of negotiation and persuasive tactics, which is exactly what an Offer in Compromise is – a negotiated settlement.

The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service has calculated hundreds of RCPs and CSEDs for clients. They also are experienced to look at an individual’s whole financial situation, using every legal tool to get their clients the best tax settlement possible. Call our tax professionals for your free consultation.

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IRS Settlement In Monroe, NC

Today, August 21st, 2018, our IRS tax relief team celebrates an Offer in Compromise success story. Our client, Lacey H., from Monroe, NC, has received word that his IRS settlement has been accepted.

Lacey called our IRS tax defense team on April 15th, 2017. He owed $65,000. Lacey had an Installment Agreement with the IRS. He had a 401K. we provided Lacey with his options during his free and confidential consultation.

Our IRS Tax Lawyers prepared his 2016 tax return to make Lacey compliant with IRS law. We then proceed with his Offer in Compromise. Today, our IRS tax relief team announces that Lacey settled his $65,000 tax debt for a grand total of $11,846.

Our IRS tax relief team provides tax defense to Americans throughout the United States.

For your free and confidential consultation, call 1-800-589-3078.

IRS Tax Relief in Mississippi – IRS Settlement

CONGRATULATIONS
Our client, David T. from Olive Branch, MS has received his IRS Offer in Compromise settlement. David has settled his $67,000 for a grand total of $500.00.
 
David came to Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. in July 2016. He had not filed his tax returns in 10 years. The IRS was ready to levy (garnish) him. Our IRS tax relief team, led by our Tax Attorneys, provided David with a tax defense and we have settled his tax debt. Today, David has his Fresh Start.
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IRS Forgiveness – IRS Tax Relief Options

Are there any decent IRS forgiveness programs out there?

Do you know how many Americans owe the IRS back taxes on their personal income? It might come as a surprise, but the IRS claims that over a million taxpayers owe them money.

So, how is the IRS ever going to collect on all of those back tax debts? They won’t. Not only that, but they can’t. With limited resources, a criminally understaffed employee-base, and a huge number of taxpayers with accrued debts, there’s simply no way the IRS can keep up. Because the IRS is unable to collect on all of those back taxes, IRS forgiveness programs were instituted.

Three things that are in your favor…

#1) Statute of limitations on collections: Did you know, under most circumstances, that there is a clock running on the IRS’s ability to collect back taxes from you? After the necessary time has passed, your debt is removed.

There are definitely situations where it would be more prudent to not enter into any deals with the IRS. After all, if your circumstances call for it, it’s possible you won’t have to pay back anything. If you’d like to learn when your tax debt expires without raising any red flags, click here to learn about our service that can tell you exactly what you owe and when your tax debt expires.

#2) The IRS Can’t Get “Blood from a Turnip”: There is no difference in how much you owe if you don’t have the money to cover your debts. It’s called “reasonable collection potential”. If you are dead broke — meaning you have absolutely no assets — your RCP is $0. If you were to offer the IRS more than $0, then — despite how absurd it might sound — offering the IRS $1 might be a good deal for them.

IRS Tax Forgiveness Programs

Currently Non-Collectable Status (CNC)

If your Reasonable Collection Potential is low and the assets you have aren’t worth anything or are inaccessible, you may be able to qualify for CNC. CNC means that you don’t have to make any payments to the IRS, aside from your current withholdings or estimated tax payments. CNC keeps the clock running, so if you are to remain in CNC for the duration of the statute of limitations, it’s quite plausible that you won’t have to pay the IRS anything.

Partial Payment Installment Agreement (PPIA)

An IRS partial payment installment agreement is what you may qualify for if you have too much of a Reasonable Collection Potential for CNC (in other words, when your income and assets are too high to reasonably land you in non-collectible status). An IRS partial payment installment agreement means that instead of not having to pay anything to the IRS, you will need to pay them something each month. Much like a mortgage or a car loan, you’re working on reducing your owed debt.

When entered into an IRS partial payment installment agreement, the same benefits apply as CNC — you are running down the collections clock and may get closer to being able to file bankruptcy or have the collection period expire and eliminate your debt entirely. If you think a PPIA might be the best program for your situation, it’s well worth taking the time to learn more about what constitutes a partial payment installment agreement.

If the amount you are paying does pay off the debt within the remaining collection period, that would likely be a regular installment agreement, not a PPIA. But make no mistake about it, negotiating an installment agreement may not be all that easy — the IRS much prefers to get its money sooner rather than later. It’s important to only enter into an installment agreement or PPIA that you know you can handle. Many taxpayers fall into the trap of being intimidated into a repayment schedule that they simply can’t afford.

Offer in Compromise — Doubt as to Collectability

There are a number of Offer in Compromise IRS Tax Relief options available with the IRS, but they each tend to be different beasts. The one that our IRS Tax Relief team would like to focus on is a specific type of offer — doubt as to collectability — the most common type of IRS tax forgiveness program the IRS Tax Relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will use to settle our clients’ IRS tax debts for far less than what is owed.

There are a number of tactics and tips for submitting a successful Offer in Compromise that the IRS will agree to, and it is definitely in your best interests to be aware of them. Understanding your situation and what you can do to convince the IRS that you’re working with them is the first step to removing their influence from your life.

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PER 2016 IRS STATISTICS, THE IRS APPROVED 42% OF ALL THE OFFER IN COMPROMISE SETTLEMENTS SUBMITTED.

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The IRS Is Not In The Business Of Being Generous

The IRS doesn’t offer IRS forgiveness out of kindness or generosity. The IRS will forgive tax debts because the reached resolution is in their best interest. The key is to align yourself with the government’s best interests, but only when the outcome also works in your favor. Much like the necessity of understanding the importance of the word “compromise” in an offer in compromise, you have to be willing to meet the government partway.

As with all IRS tax debt problems and concerns, do not feel like you are alone. There are over a million people going through similar situations and help is available.

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IRS Tax Relief – IRS Forgiveness – Offer in Compromise

If you owe the IRS and can’t pay, you may qualify for the IRS Debt Forgiveness Program. The IRS Forgiveness Program is officially called an Offer in Compromise. The Offer in Compromise program is the ultimate IRS Tax Relief option.

Under certain circumstances, financially struggling taxpayers can have their IRS tax debt partially forgiven. The IRS will never take 0 dollars as a settlement. The IRS will go as low as $100 as a total settlement. When the IRS considers “IRS Forgiveness”, the present financial condition of the taxpayer is of primary importance. That means the IRS cannot collect more than a taxpayer can pay. If any collection action by the IRS would force a tax debtor into a financial crisis, the IRS cannot collect the back taxes.

IRS Tax Relief – IRS Forgiveness – Offer in Compromise

Taxpayers that have the resources to pay only a partial amount of their tax debt can apply to the IRS government payment plan called an Offer in Compromise to resolve the remaining amount. Depending on the financial capacity of the taxpayer, the IRS significantly reduces the total debt to an amount that the taxpayer can pay. This reduced amount can be paid in a lump sum or in fixed monthly installments.

IRS Tax Relief – Fresh Start Initiative is an “Expansion” of the Offer in Compromise Program

To make it easier for taxpayers to qualify for an IRS Forgiveness in the Offer in Compromise program, the IRS has expanded their Fresh Start Initiative. Under these more flexible rules, taxpayers do not have to disclose extensive financial details to the IRS to judge their paying ability. The Fresh Start Initiative for IRS Forgiveness offers financially struggling taxpayers the following advantages:

  • The IRS now looks at only one year of future income for offers if they are paid in five or fewer months when calculating a taxpayer’s reasonable collection potential. This is down from previous four years. For agreements of six to 24 months, the IRS now looks at two years of future income instead of the previous five years.
  • Taxpayers are now allowed to make their student loans’ minimum payments for post-high school education loans guaranteed by the federal government.
  • Taxpayers may, under certain conditions, pay delinquent federal and state or local taxes in monthly installments if they cannot pay it in full.
  • The standard allowance for the Allowable Living Expense amount has been expanded. This allowance now includes credit card payments, bank fees and charges, and other miscellaneous allowances.

What Should You Do Next?

Understanding your IRS tax debt and dealing with the IRS isn’t easy to do alone, even with programs like IRS Forgiveness. Luckily, there are IRS Tax Relief professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. who can help you navigate your IRS Forgiveness options.

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IRS Tax Relief – IRS Settlement in Linden, NC

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR CLIENT, MARK B. FROM LINDEN, NC.

Mark called our IRS Tax Relief team in August 2016. The IRS was seizing 15% of his Veterans pension. His pension is only $2k per month. Taking 15% doesn’t leave you with much to live on.

Our IRS Tax Relief team immediately went to work and stopped the IRS levy and restored his Veteran’s pension.

We then went to work on his IRS settlement. Today our IRS Tax Relief team announces that Mark will pay the IRS $375 on his $14K tax debt.

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IRS Settlement in Cordova, TN

Our great team of IRS Tax Relief experts has succeeded again. Our client, Gregory S. from Cordova, TN has been informed that IRS has accepted his Offer in Compromise settlement. Our IRS Tax Attorneys has put through his $5000 settlement on an IRS tax debt of $34,000.

Gregory now has the Fresh Start he has badly needed. Our team can and will assist anyone in the United States with their IRS tax problem. We offer low, affordable fees so you can get the IRS help you deserve and need.

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IRS Garnishment – IRS Tax Relief

The IRS has the power to garnish, levy or legally seize any income you make to satisfy federal tax debt or taxes owed. IRS Garnishments can apply to your hourly wages, salary, commissions, and bonuses. The IRS will contact your employer directly, serve the IRS garnishment and require your employer to directly send the IRS a portion of your income. Your employer is required by law to comply with the IRS garnishment, typically within one full pay period of receiving the notice from the IRS. The difference between the IRS and most creditors, however, is that the IRS does not need to take you to court to get a judgment in order to garnish your wages, and the IRS can garnish more of your wages than a regular creditor can garnish.

The IRS Garnishment Process

When the IRS seeks an IRS garnishment on your wages for a tax debt that you owe, or use any other legal means to enforce payment of the tax debt that you owe, it will first send you a written notice that sets out the amounts that you owe, including the tax, penalties, and interest. This IRS garnishment notice should also provide you with a due date by which you must pay the balances in full. Assuming that you do not pay the balance in full, you later will receive another notice, entitled “Final Notice of Intent to Levy,” Once thirty days have passed from the time you have received the final notice, and you still have failed to pay the balance due, the IRS can proceed with the IRS garnishment of your income.

The Amount that an IRS Garnishment Can Garnish From Your Wages

The law places limits on the amount that a regular creditor can garnish from your wages. However, these normal limits do not apply to the IRS. Rather, the tax code requires the IRS to leave you with a certain amount of income after the IRS garnishment is enforced on your wages to pay your tax debt. The tax code contains a table that corresponds to the number of exemptions that you claim for tax purposes and sets forth the amount that is necessary for you and your family to pay for basic living necessities. Unfortunately, a garnishment by the IRS can amount to 70% or more of your income.

Stopping an IRS Garnishment

There are a number of different ways in which you can resolve your problem with the IRS. In order to avoid or stop a wage garnishment, you must get back into good standing with the IRS, either by paying your balance in full or entering into a tax payment plan or some other type of resolution.

You Could Enter Into an IRS Installment Agreement

The IRS will stop an IRS garnishment if you enter into an approved installment agreement to pay your tax debt in full over a series of monthly payment installments. As long as you can make the monthly payments and pay off the debt before the debt becomes uncollectible by the IRS, your installment agreement is likely to be accepted by the IRS.

Do An Offer in Compromise

If you qualify and are eligible for an Offer in Compromise, you can settle your debt with the IRS for less than the total amount that you actually owe, based on your financial situation. However, if you are facing an IRS garnishment, you may qualify for this type of IRS tax relief, and your IRS garnishment will stop while your case is being reviewed.

Stop an IRS Garnishment

Stop an IRS Garnishment and Get Happy.

The IRS has the power to enforce an IRS garnishment, levy or legally seize any income you make to satisfy federal tax debt or taxes owed. IRS Garnishments can apply to your hourly wages, salary, commissions, and bonuses. The IRS will contact your employer directly, serve the IRS garnishment and require your employer to directly send the IRS a portion of your income. Your employer is required by law to comply with the IRS garnishment, typically within one full pay period of receiving the notice from the IRS. The difference between the IRS and most creditors, however, is that the IRS does not need to take you to court to get a judgment in order to garnish your wages, and the IRS can garnish more of your wages than a regular creditor can garnish.

The IRS Garnishment Process

When the IRS seeks an IRS garnishment on your wages for a tax debt that you owe, or use any other legal means to enforce payment of the tax debt that you owe, it will first send you a written notice that sets out the amounts that you owe, including the tax, penalties, and interest. This IRS garnishment notice should also provide you with a due date by which you must pay the balances in full. Assuming that you do not pay the balance in full, you later will receive another notice, entitled “Final Notice of Intent to Levy,” Once thirty days have passed from the time you have received the final notice, and you still have failed to pay the balance due, the IRS can proceed with the IRS garnishment of your income.

Be Placed Into Currently not Collectible Status Due to Financial Hardship

If you can prove to the IRS that the IRS garnishment or other collection action would prevent you from meeting the basic needs of you and your family, then the IRS may temporarily cease its collections efforts for months and even years. In this case, you must show that collection of the debt would be unfair because your financial circumstances are so bad. The IRS will require financials.

You Could Change Employers

If you change employers, your IRS garnishment will not proceed, and it will only be a matter of time before the IRS once again tracks your new employer down and reissue a new wage garnishment. This is only a temporary solution, but it can give you a few months of relief. THIS IS REALLY NO SOLUTION.

Temporarily Quit Your Job

Once again this is not a real solution to an IRS garnishment. If your employer will allow you to temporarily quit your job for a period of time, and later return to work, then this tactic will slow down the IRS as well. It will take some time for the IRS  to discover that you have returned to work at the same employer and reissue a new IRS garnishment to that employer.

File a Tax Levy (IRS Garnishment) Appeal

If you disagree with the tax levy in any way, you can file an appeal, even if it has been more than 30 days since you received the notice of intent to levy.

If you can prove to the IRS that the IRS garnishment or other collection action would prevent you from meeting the basic needs of you and your family, then the IRS may temporarily cease its collections efforts for months and even years. In this case, you must show that collection of the debt would be unfair because your financial circumstances are so bad. The IRS will require financials.

 

 

Tax Settlement Attorney – IRS Tax Relief

The Tax Settlement Attorneys, at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., have assisted thousands of clients to resolve their tax debt problems with the IRS. This includes halting IRS collections just within 24 hours as well as settling your tax debts for much less than you actually owe. Are you facing tax problems? Are you being audited by the IRS? Our Tax settlement Attorneys can assist with understanding tax law and resolve tax levies, IRS garnishments, federal tax liens, back taxes, and tax relief.

The Tax Settlement Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. are best for handling complex tax issues. With years of successful hands-on experience in tax settlements, tax levies, IRS garnishments, Innocent Spouse and IRS hardships, our Tax Settlement Attorneys have handled 100s of personal tax debt problems and negotiated many a successful Offer in Compromises.

Tax Settlement Attorneys Can Resolve All Of Your IRS Tax Problems

Diminish the amount of tax debt you owe to the IRS. Halt IRS Levies, Federal Tax Liens, and IRS Garnishments. Avoid or Halt an IRS Wage Garnishments in one day. Avert Property Seizures. Stop Bank Levies. Our Tax settlement Attorneys Help You Resolve Tax Problems such as Return Filing Problems – Penalties and Interest – Enforced Tax Collection.

Taxpayers dealing with IRS tax debt problems are desperate to find solutions, and unethical tax relief companies take advantage of misinformed. Ignoring an IRS tax problem is a big mistake. Don’t make a mistake.

Probably just about everyone (including tax pros that should know the difference) get IRS settlement officers and IRS appeals officers confused. What’s the difference between an IRS settlement officer and an IRS appeals officer? A financially struggling taxpayer will settle with the IRS for that amount or that there is a 40% chance your IRS settlement offer will be accepted.

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The Tax Settlement Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. offers tax relief services to help you resolve your tax problem. Nearly everybody has gone through some kind of IRS enforcement difficulty and we all know somebody who is going through it now. But few have effective solutions. Too often, Unfortunately, precious few take the time to understand that an experienced Tax Settlement Attorney will have solutions to every IRS problem.

Don’t wait for your IRS tax debt to blow up in your face.

Halt IRS Levies, IRS Garnishments, Federal Tax Liens

The very last thing your family needs is to be hit with a Federal tax lien, an IRS levy or an IRS garnishment of any kind. With the IRS levy abuse continuing, you may not receive the needed tax relief without engaging experienced Tax Settlement Attorney. Don’t wait until the levy and seizure happen. Contact our team in advance to avoid the IRS levy or IRS garnishment. Be proactive and take control of your life. If you owe the IRS back taxes, you may have already experienced an IRS levy, IRS garnishment, seizure, or suffered from the filing of a federal tax lien. In that case, your immediate objective is to get tax relief from an IRS levy or wage garnishment. Now our expert Tax Settlement Attorneys can certainly prevent IRS levies, liens and garnishments just within 24 hours and surely can seek a great resolution for your tax debt.

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Offer in Compromise – How Much Money can an IRS Offer in Compromise Save Me?

WHAT IS AN IRS OFFER IN COMPROMISE?

The Offer-in-Compromise can be a life-saving form of tax relief for those who truly need it. On average people who settle their debt using an Offer-in-Compromise end up paying less than 20% of the actual amount they owed to the IRS.

Approved by Congress to aid financially struggling taxpayers, an IRS settlement through the Offer in Compromise (OIC) program can be the ideal tax debt solution for resolving your tax problem as it can result in significant savings.

In some cases, your financial situation may make it nearly impossible for you to pay off all your IRS tax debt, even when utilizing tax relief over the long term via an installment plan. In such situations, the IRS may be willing to accept an Offer in Compromise and significantly lower your IRS tax debt.

Here is how an IRS Offer in Compromise works:

  • Through the work of our IRS Tax Attorneys, the IRS acknowledges that there is no feasible way to pay off all your tax debt. This means that you do not have enough income to pay off your tax debt and do not have enough valuable assets that the IRS could seize.
  • Using the IRS guidelines for an Offer in Compromise, you offer to pay the IRS the maximum amount that you can afford even though that amount may fall far short of the actual tax debt
  • If the IRS accepts that the amount of your Offer in Compromise, the IRS will agree to compromise, settle and essentially lower your tax debt to match the amount you can pay
  • Once you have finished paying the agreed upon amount, your tax debt is considered “paid in full.” This is true even if the agreed-upon Offer in Compromise is only a small percentage of what you originally owed

95% OF FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.’S CLIENTS HAVE RECEIVED AN IRS SETTLEMENT.

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PER 2016 IRS STATISTICS: 42% OF THE OFFER IN COMPROMISE SUBMISSIONS

WERE APPROVED BY THE IRS.

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Getting Help with Offer In Compromise

Yes, a taxpayer can submit their own Offer in Compromise. Our team doesn’t recommend it if you are serious. To have a better chance of approval of your Offer in Compromise, one should utilize the assistance of an experienced IRS Tax Attorney for this complex process. The highly qualified, trained and experienced team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will work very hard to see if this is the best solution for your IRS tax debt.

To be eligible for an Offer in Compromise our IRS Tax Attorneys must demonstrate to the IRS that collection of the tax would create an economic hardship or would be unfair and inequitable.

For the best chances in successfully negotiating an Offer in Compromise, you’ll want an experienced professional with a successful track record on your side. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc.’s expert IRS Tax Attorneys are highly experienced in preparing, submitting and settling these tax debt cases. By calling one of our Tax Relief Consultants, we will answer any questions you may have and provide you with a better assessment of your options.

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