Written by Scott Allen

New IRS Offer in Compromise rules and changes

IRS Offer in Compromise rules

Important changes to the IRS’s Offer in Compromise Program (Form 656).  IRS Tax Problem help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. here in Mesa, Arizona

Offer in Compromises have become increasingly tough to get the IRS to accept over the last 10-15 years.  Most taxpayers made too much money or had expenses too high that the IRS does not accept.  In previous years the IRS multiplied your monthly available income by either 48 or 60.  As of recent years the IRS has changed those numbers to 12 and 48.  This is a huge difference in Offer amounts the taxpayer would be required to pay to the IRS for their past tax debt.  Call and talk with me, Scott Allen, E.A. and schedule an appointment for a free consultation to discuss your IRS (or state) debt.   While the old Offer in Compromises rule didn’t work for you in the past, find out today if you will qualify under the new IRS Offer in Compromise rules.

Scott Allen, E.A.  Tax Debt Advisors, Inc  Phone 480-926-9300

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