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The Offer in Compromise is considered the Holy Grail of Tax Relief.  The IRS settles a back-tax debt for less than the total amount owed.  How much less?  Well, that depends on your specific set of circumstances.  Each Offer in Compromise is different, depending on the taxpayer.

One thing that’s consistent about all OICs is the list of prerequisites.

Tax Compliance Top Priority

Make compliance your first step.  You’ve got to be in current tax compliance before submitting your OIC settlement ...
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Last month, January 2018, the IRS started reporting taxpayers with “Seriously Delinquent Tax Debt” to the State Department.  In this case, seriously delinquent means $50,000+ adjusted yearly for inflation.  So, if you fit the criteria below, your passport could be denied, revoked or limited.
  • Owe $50,000+
  • Notice of Federal Tax Lien has been filed, or
  • A levy has been issued
What’s the solution?  Here are a few options.
  • Installment Agreement
  • Offer in Compromise
  • Currently Not Collectible status
Don’t let...
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Where to Send a Missing IRS Tax Return

Current tax compliance is the first step to resolving a back tax liability.  Part of gaining compliance is filing missing tax returns.

If you have a paper tax return to send to the IRS, check the IRS Where to File site to find the correct address.   

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