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Individuals or businesses in need of IRS relief from back taxes call or submit a request online to receive a free consultation from tax resolution experts.
Tax relief specialists take the time to listen, understand your current situation and goals (including any immediate relief you may need to stop or prevent a wage garnishment, tax lien, or bank levy.)
Based on your unique circumstances, tax resolution experts apply existing tax relief code to provide your best options to get immediate relief and reach the lowest possible settlement with the IRS.
You may choose to resolve IRS back taxes on your own, or utilize the expertise of tax specialists who will negotiate the best possible IRS resolution or settlement on your behalf. There are no upfront retainer fees.
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If You Are Unable to Pay the IRS Due to a Personal or Financial Hardship,
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Offer in Compromise

An Offer in Compromise is a negotiated agreement between a taxpayer and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that allows the taxpayer to settle the taxpayer's liabilities for less than the full amount owed. There are several reasons the IRS will accept such a compromise. These are noted below:

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The IRS may accept an Offer in Compromise for three reasons:

Doubt as to Collectibility

- The IRS doubts that the taxpayer would ever have the financial capability to pay the full amount owed within the time frame of the statutory period for collection (typically ten years from date of assessment).

Doubt as to Liability

- There is doubt that the amount of tax liability assessed is correct. There are several reasons doubt may exist: Among them, the tax examiner may have been incorrect in interpreting the law; the tax examiner did not consider the taxpayer's evidence or; there is new evidence available from the taxpayer.

Effective Tax Administration

- The tax is correct but an exceptional circumstance exists to demonstrate that the collection of the unpaid tax would create an economic hardship or would be unfair or inequitable.

IRS collection, enforcement measures, and taxpayer remedies are based on federal law. That is why it's vital that you have a team of experienced tax relief specialists and attorneys working alongside you - professionals who understand how to make the law work for you - so you can secure the most favorable tax resolution possible.

Request your free tax relief consultation from tax relief professionals and attorneys by using the form on this page.

For immediate assistance with an IRS tax matter call (818) 938-2211, or .