OFFER in COMPROMISE
IRS Tax Settlement Program
The IRS has a settlement program for struggling taxpayers who are unable to pay the full amount of the back tax liability. This IRS settlement program is called an Offer in Compromise. Not every taxpayer is eligible or qualified to settle with the IRS for less. The IRS has strict guidelines and a secretive formula to determine the eligibility of each Offer in Compromise petition. It is important and highly recommended that you have an experienced tax professional prepare and assist you with an Offer in Compromise so that you do not end up wasting your time, energy and money on a frivolous IRS settlement offer.
BE CAREFUL OF TAX COMPANIES THAT OVERCHARGE
When you contact a tax resolution firm, you may very well be greeted by a salesman who will want to extract from you as much of your hard earned money as her or she can. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. does not employ salespeople. Our fees are clearly posted on our website for all to view. If you owe the IRS between $10,000 and $100,000 your Offer in Compromise should cost somewhere around $1900 to complete. Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. base our fee on the amount of labor hours involved in your IRS settlement from beginning to end.
If you choose the wrong tax relief company to handle your IRS problem, you may end up filing what the IRS calls a frivolous Offer in Compromise which will not only anger the IRS but will be a waste of your money. If you file a bad or frivolous IRS settlement you will end up having more penalties and interest added to your back tax debt and Statute of Limitations will re-start after having been suspended during the Offer in Compromise review process. During the initial consultation, the IRS tax relief team can have a pretty good idea if you are indeed qualified and eligible to settle with the IRS for less. It won't be until you complete our confidential financial questionnaire until we know for sure what your settlement offer will be.
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The experienced IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will have a preliminary action plan for you based on your initial consultation. That action may need to be altered based on what our IRS Tax Attorneys uncover during our IRS compliance call. We may find out that you have more problems than you were aware of. Our job and goal is to resolve your IRS problems so that you can get a "fresh start" and put the IRS behind you.
Our tax relief team will send you by fax, email or "snail mail" a financial questionnaire that you will need to complete so that we have a complete picture of your financial condition. This financial questionnaire is the foundation of a successful Offer in Compromise. There are many other factors but your financial condition is obviously important.
If you qualify for an IRS settlement through an Offer in Compromise, you can expect to pay the IRS between 5% and 20% of your total tax liability. Your IRS settlement could also but a little more, or, a little less depending on your unique factors.
IF YOU DO NOT QUALIFY FOR AN OFFER IN COMPROMISE (OIC):
Your IRS back tax debt may be lessened by:
- Amending your previous tax returns when appropriate.
- Petitioning the IRS for a "penalty forgiveness" due to reasonable cause. This is called a Penalty Abatement. you only get "one shot" at a Penalty Abatement so be sure that it is done correctly.
- You may be declared "Currently not Collectible." That means that as long as you are struggling financially, you may never pay anything toward your tax liability and the Statute of Limitations will continue to run out.
TYPES OF IRS SETTLEMENT THROUGH THE OFFER IN COMPROMISE PROGRAM:
There are three (3) types of settlements in the IRS Offer in Compromise program. They are:
- Doubt as to Collectibility - Our IRS tax relief team will prove to the IRS, under the Offer in Compromise formula and guidelines, that you are unable to pay the full amount of your tax debt.
- Doubt as to Liability - The IRS will offer you a settlement if you can prove that you are not liable for the back tax debt.
- Effective Tax Administration - If a taxpayer has the assets to pay the tax liability but has an "extreme" economic hardship or circumstances.
NOTE: The only settlement type that you need to be concerned about is "Doubt as to Collectibility." Forget about anything else. Numbers 2 and 3 do not matter.
The IRS will only settle with you for less if it can be shown that you, the struggling taxpayer, cannot pay anymore than what the settlement offer is during the remaining collection period (Statute of Limitations).
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR AN OFFER IN COMPROMISE:
The IRS has guidelines and rules that they must follow. Now, the IRS is a collection agency so they want to collect as much money as they possibly can. Having written that, the IRS will try and deny a valid Offer in Compromise based on faulty paperwork which they will label as "non-processable." If an "i" is not dotted or a "t" is not crossed, the IRS can kick out your legitimate settlement offer and not give you a reason.
You, the taxpayer, will be required to fill out a full financial disclosure statement (433-C) as well as IRS Form 656 as part of your Offer in Compromise package. Bank statements, rental agreements, mortgage information, pay stubs and your future income earning potential will all factor into the IRS decision to settle. The IRS would prefer not to settle, but they must abide by the rules. You need to make sure that you cover all the rules.
Get Professional Offer in Compromise Help - it Will Be Worth It:
The professional IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will be led by an experienced IRS Tax Attorney. The IRS Tax Attorney assigned to you will help you to qualify for an Offer in Compromise as well as help prepare, submit and negotiate your IRS settlement. The Flat Fee Tax Service team will help you to maximize your settlement savings and tax relief potential by accurately determining your lowest IRS settlement offer.
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I am Dave Rosa, the V.P. of Client Relations at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. During our initial consultation, I will present you with your options and have an action plan for you. Should you decide to become our client, an IRS Tax Attorney will be assigned to you. You will work directly with him the entire time that it takes to resolve your IRS problem. At Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. We do not "pass you off" to subordinates. We are always guided by our Christian Values. As a former Marine, I take pride in the Marine motto, "Semper Fi" (always faithful). It was true then and remains true today.
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If you owe the IRS between $10K and $100K; pay only $1990 for full IRS tax help service which includes: Prepare 3 tx returns, stopping an IRS Levy / IRS Wage Garnishment release and an IRS Offer in Compromise or IRS Penalty Abatement (depending on eligibility).
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