IRS Tax Debt Relief - How to Settle with the IRS - Flat Fee Tax Service the Affordable IRS Tax Relief Team

The IRS Offer in Compromise program is the only way that a financially struggling taxpayer can settle a back debt with the IRS. The IRS settlement program is known as the Offer in Compromise program. The Offer in Compromise has been expanded by the Fresh Start Initiative.

A struggling taxpayer will see that their back tax debt has been growing to an amount that is impossible to pay. That is due to the IRS adding penalties and interest to a past due tax debt. As a result, many taxpayers are in serious need of relief through an Offer in Compromise settlement.

An Offer in Compromise is not a game show like "Let's Make A Deal." It is not an action packed basketball game. It is a slow moving process that may take one (1) to conclude. I tell our clients, at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., that "it's a lot like watching paint dry." The IRS is slow.

The IRS has a formal procedure for an Offer in Compromise acceptance. The IRS has a financial formula that will tell you, our team and the IRS if you are qualified and are eligible to settle.

During our consultation, our tax relief team will have a very good idea if you qualify and should have an Offer in Compromise submitted. If you have limited resources such as equity in a home or other financial assets that could be liquidated, you should very seriously consider an IRS settlement.

You could have your tax debt gone within 12 months. Would that bring you relief?

During the Offer in Compromise process, you are protected from collection enforcement. This means that you do not have to worry about an IRS Levy.

The clients, at Flat Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., have been successful approximately 90% of the time. We only  prepare Offers when we are reasonably sure of it's success.



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