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An offer in compromise allows you to settle your tax debt for less than the full amount you owe. It may be a legitimate option if you can't pay your full tax liability, or doing so creates a financial hardship. The IRS considers your unique set of facts and circumstances including: Ability to pay; Income; Expenses; and Asset equity.
Rita A. Holder is a licensed tax attorney. She has a law degree from Golden Gate University and a post-doctorate degree in U.S. Tax Law (an LL.M) Rita is qualified to practice before the Tax Court, the Internal Revenue Service and the California Franchise Tax Board. She has over 30 years of experience in dealing with tax agencies.
If you have tax problems, there are a few options to bring them under control. You'll feel better if you take action so you can sleep at night and stop worrying.
Payment Plans and Installment Agreements
If you're financially unable to pay your tax debt immediately, you can make monthly payments through an installment agreement. As long as you pay your tax debt in full, you can reduce or eliminate your payment of penalties or interest, and avoid the fee associated with setting up the agreement.
Before applying for any payment agreement, you must file all required tax returns.
Every year, the Office of Appeals helps more than 100,000 taxpayers resolve their tax disputes without going to Tax Court. They are an independent organization within the IRS whose mission is to help taxpayers and the Government resolve tax disagreements. The role of Appeals is to make an independent review of a tax dispute and to consider the positions taken by both the taxpayer and the IRS. The Appeals unit strives to resolve tax disputes in a fair way and remain impartial to both parties.
No Returns Filed?
This is a situation that is not going to get better, only worse. Let us help you get them done. Hiding your head in the sand will just increase interest and penalties. Maybe you can work out a compromise with the IRS. It happens every day.