- There is a doubt that your tax liability will be collected in the near future. The IRS classifies this as doubt as to collectibility. For a "Doubt as to Collectibility Offer in Compromise", the IRS will consider the following questions: will the IRS be able to collect more through forced collections than by accepting a compromise settlement? Will it make sense for the IRS to let you, the taxpayer, get your finances in order with the hopes of collecting taxes in the future.
- There is doubt that your assessed tax liability is correct. For example, an IRS examiner may have made a mistake when assessing the tax as well as penalties and interest. This is known as doubt as to liability.
- Financial hardship (usually for elderly taxpayers who have some equity). Would the taxpayer be put in a very bad financial position if the collection process begins? Think "elderly and on Social Security." If so, the IRS may decide to accept an offer in compromise as opposed to forced collections. This is known as Effective Tax Administration.
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