Saturday, February 19, 2011

Affordable Tax Relief: The Offer in Compromise Program - Settle with the IRS for Less

IRS Settlement through the Offer in Compromise Program: In order to help those who have a lot of unpaid IRS taxes (more than $10,000), the IRS made some changes in the Offer in Compromise program to help you, the taxpayer, who is struggling to make ends meet. Should you owe a back tax liability and you are trying to get your back tax debt settled for less money than what you owe, you will most certainly want to make application for this program. The Offer in Compromise program began in 2006 and since then it has not been understood by many taxpayers as to how it really can help them with a lot of unpaid back taxes.




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Q. Who is Qualified and Eligible for an IRS Offer in Compromise? Only one of three conditions must be met to qualify a taxpayer for IRS Debt Relief consideration of an IRS Offer in Compromise (OIC) Tax Settlement:

  • Doubt as to Collectability — You can show that the IRS Tax Debt is likely uncollectable in full by the IRS under any circumstances. Doubt exists that you, the taxpayer, could ever pay the full amount of your tax liability owed within the remainder of the statutory period for collection.
  • Doubt as to Liability — You can show reason for doubt that the assessed tax liability is correct. A legitimate doubt exists that the assessed tax liability is correct. Possible reasons to submit a doubt as to liability Offer in Compromise include: (1) the examiner made a mistake interpreting the law, (2) the examiner failed to consider the taxpayer’s evidence or (3) the taxpayer has new evidence..
  • Effective Tax Administration — You do not contest your IRS Tax Debt liability or collectability but can demonstrate extenuating or special circumstances that the collection of your IRS Tax Debt would "create an economic hardship or would be unfair and inequitable." This form of IRS Offer in Compromise (OIC) program is available for you, the taxpayer, but is primarily used by individuals that are elderly and receiving Social Security or may be disabled and receiving Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits, or may have special extenuating circumstances.


Q. What is the Offer-in-Compromise Program?
 
This program has been in existence since 2006 but many tax payers are not familiar with it and how it can help reduce your tax debts. The government started this program to help the tax payer and also to make it possible for their tax agents to settle old tax debts. The IRS will accept a "compromise" on your federal tax liabilities by letting you pay less than what you owe. There are certain circumstances involved that you must meet in order to make the Offer-in-Compromise with the IRS.


When there is reasonable doubt that the amount of assessed tax is correct and that you actually owe the amount that has been assessed the IRS will agree to let you settle with a compromise. When this happens, the IRS will need to audit your tax records and financials and will make a determination on how much you really owe. When an agreement is reached on the amount of IRS taxes that you can actually pay back, your Offer in Compromise will be accepted and your taxes lowered. An Installment Agreement / Payment Plan will be in effect for the agreed upon amount. You will have to file all of your taxes in a timely fashion for the following 5 years. 


When you are having financial problems and there is a doubt that you would ever have enough income to pay what you owe the IRS, the government is willing to let you make a compromise offer. This is very helpful to a lot of people who are suffering from a financial hardship.

When there really is no doubt that you owe the taxes and that the IRS has a perfect right to collect what you owe but you do have exceptional reasons that would prevent you from being able to pay your taxes then the IRS will then consider your Offer in Compromise. You must demonstrate that you will suffer an economic hardship if you have to pay the IRS back taxes that you owe. When this occurs then you can make the settlement agreement.




Government Policy for the Offer-in-Compromise Program 

The general over all stated policy is that the IRS will accept an Offer in Compromise when they can be shown that you, the
taxpayer, will not be able to pay the amount that they owe in back taxes.  You need to make a reasonable offer based on your income, present assets and projected earnings. If you have been declared Currently Uncollectible, you should take the next step and have an Offer in Compromise submitted. If you choose to do nothing regarding your back tax debt, the IRS may levy your income, wages or Social Security. The function of the IRS is to collect any unpaid back taxes in the easiest manner possible. It is very easy for the IRS to execute a Levy action. All it takes to execute an IRS Levy is to serve an Order to Levy on your employer, at your bank or any other entity that is holding funds due you such as Social Security.

If you owe a back tax debt to the IRS and cannot pay it back, you really should look into the Offer in Compromise program.



The Offer in Compromise program is the only way to settle your back tax debt if you are qualified and eligible. Not everyone is qualified. The Offer in Compromise program is not a "give-a-way" program. The Offer in Compromise program is there to help those who simply do not have the ability to pay their back tax debt. The economy has caused many taxpayers to lose their jobs or have had significantly lowered income. Hardship situations have set in. With the struggling economy, many people who have had to face unemployment or loss of income will need to use the Offer In Compromise program to help resolve their unpaid tax problems and get themselves a fresh start. It is best to find out if you qualify and are eligible for an IRS Settlement via the Offer in Compromise program. A consultation with an experienced tax attorney can quickly estimate what amount you would need to pay the IRS on an settlement agreement plan. Your IRS tax attorney will be able to help you solve your tax problems that you have encountered as well as help you with an IRS Installment Agreement / IRS Payment Plan that will work for both you and the IRS.


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1. IRS Wage Levy / IRS Garnishment Release,
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1 comment:

  1. If you owe the IRS and cannot pay your back tax debt, contact Flat Fee Tax relief. You may be eligible to settle your tax liability.

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