IRS Offer in Compromise Program
The Truth About Settling Tax Debt for Pennies on the Dollar.
Would you like to wipe your tax slate clean at an enormous discount?
While it’s true that the IRS has accepted less than 1% of a tax bill and called it even, there is no legal right to ever have a valid tax bill reduced by the IRS. It is entirely a matter of government discretion whether or not you qualify for an Offer in Compromise, referred to as an Offer or OIC. (Internal Revenue Code §7122.)
Unfortunately, submitting an Offer in Compromise to the IRS is a very formal process—you can’t simply call the IRS and say “Let’s make a deal.” Fewer than one in ten Offers in Compromise are eventually negotiated with the IRS.
In this report, you’ll learn everything there is to know about the process including:
- The Conditions That Will Qualify You For an Offer
- How Much to Offer (Including some of our real life examples)
- How to Submit the Offer
- Most Common Mistakes With IRS Offer Forms
- What To Do If Your Offer is Rejected
Learn how to qualify and structure your Offer to increase your chances for a successful negotiation.
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