Offer in Compromise Attorney | Flat Fee Tax Service
Updated: Nov 22, 2019
Settle Your Tax Liabilities in California, and the entire united States.
If you are currently in a situation in which you owe money to the IRS, you might feel as though you've been backed into a corner. You should know, however, that taxpayers do have options and rights when faced with these circumstances.
That’s why it is important to speak to an experienced IRS Tax Attorney who can assess your case and help you find the right solution to meet your needs and resolve your problem.
As tax professionals who has represented thousand of clients in tax-related cases, Flat Fee Tax Service understands that there are several ways – such as an offer in compromise – to resolve with tax debt and IRS problems. If you're looking for a solution that will work for your family, remember that our tax professionals am only a phone call away.
What Is an Offer in Compromise?
An offer in compromise is a tax debt relief option that might work for your situation. Simply put, an offer in compromise is an agreement between a taxpayer and the IRS that allows the taxpayer to pay off their debts for less than the full amount they owe. As a Tampa tax attorney with over 23 years of experience, I know that this is a great option for many people who meet the right criteria.
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE CLIENTS HAVE SAVED, ON AVERAGE, 96% OF THEIR TAX DEBT.
In order to qualify for an offer in compromise, your situation must fall into one of the following three categories:
Doubt as to collectability: When the IRS has reasonable doubt that you will be able to pay off the debt any time in the near future
Doubt as to liability: When the IRS can reasonably doubt that your tax bill is accurate
Effective tax administration: When paying your tax debt would cause you financial hardship or would be unfair.
If you are unsure whether your case can be categorized as one of the situations above, we are happy to assess your case and determine whether you may qualify to settle with the IRS.
Offer in Compromise (#OfferinCompromise) take, allow seasoned tax professionals to assist you during your free, confidential consultation. During our initial consultation we will provide the advice and guidance you need to decide whether an Offer in Compromise is the right solution for you.
What's Necessary For An Offer in Compromise?Keep in mind that individuals who qualify for an offer in compromise must also:
1. Have filed all federal tax returns
2. Pay the Offer in Compromise application fee
3. Submit all relevant documents