OFFER IN COMPROMISE (OIC)
This is an opportunity for you to settle your tax liability for less than what you actually owe the IRS.
A solution that works for you if your current financial situation clearly shows that you have no ability to pay your debt in full.
The goal of the program is for the IRS to collect as much of the back taxes that you owe as soon as possible and at the least cost to the government.
The IRS takes you out of Collections while your offer is being reviewed. This means that, the IRS cannot levy your bank account or garnish your wages while your offer is pending. (The pending period is from the date when an authorized IRS agent signs the OIC until an IRS official renders a final determination.)
The process of this program is definitely neither easy nor is it fast. It can take anywhere from 3 months to a year for the IRS to review your case. If the process exceeds two (2) years then it automatically means that the IRS has accepted your offer.
What we do for you at Advantage Tax Help:
- Analyze your financial standing based on all the information we gather from you
- Determine the lowest offer possible based on your financial information
- Make certain that you comply with the numerous procedural requirements of an OIC. (This is crucial since many taxpayers become frustrated with the complex and exhausting IRS process and fail to follow through.)
- Make sure that all OIC deadlines are met since missing a deadline leads to an automatic closure of an offer.
- If for any reason your offer does get rejected, we will thoroughly review the rejection and subsequently appeal your case
- Our Federally Authorized Tax Practitioners will thoroughly analyze the IRS findings and negotiate a best resolution for you.
Fill out the form on this page now for more information from Advantage Tax Help, including details on programs and services available for those who qualify.
*Programs vary by qualification
Did you know? If you are experiencing serious tax problems such as a tax lien, a salary garnishment or have received an audit notice, things can get extremely complicated. If you don't know intricate tax laws, you could end up paying more than you really owe.
The longer you wait to address your tax issues, the higher your penalties will go. To schedule a free consultation, call us at 1-800-711-9123 or fill out the form on this page and one of our tax professionals will contact you immediately.