Offer in Compromise | Los Angeles Tax Relief | Flat Fee Tax Service
Updated: Jan 8, 2020
Setting Up An Offer In Compromise To Settle Unpaid Taxes An Offer in Compromise - IRS Tax Settlement Despite nonstop cable tv advertising, an Offer in Compromise (#Taxsettlement) is not the solution for every taxpayer and every tax problem. An Offer in Compromise takes careful planning and coordination. Not everyone is qualified and eligible for a tax settlement. If you do not qualify, you may have other tax relief options. Depending on the facts of your case, the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service can set up an Offer in Compromise which may work now, or one that may work after a short time, for example, in three months from now.
The amount of your tax settlement will depend on the level of your income and assets.
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE CLIENTS HAVE SAVED, ON AVERAGE, 96% OF THEIR TAX DEBT AND 95% HAVE SETTLED THEIR TAX DEBT.
Our IRS Tax Attorney has obtained excellent results for persons with low incomes. High income individuals will need additional considerations to give their Offer in Compromise a better chance of being accepted. Factors that affect Offers in Compromise include the origination of your problem and whether your IRS tax problem is isolated or recurring. Certain questions must be answered such as are you in current compliance. Being in "compliance" means this: are the last 6 years of tax returns filed?