Retirement and Insurance Accounts in an Offer in Compromise
Dec 14, 2015 by
The IRS Quick Sale Value multiplier on most assets is 80%. In other words, the Service will value a $100,000 home at $80,000 for Offer in Compromise purposes. But, 80% isn't used for all assets. And, some assets have exclusion amounts that will be subtracted from the Quick Sale Value.
Retirement Accounts are valued at 70% by the IRS for Offer in Compromise purposes while the current cash value is used for Whole Life Insurance accounts.
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