Employers are required to withhold Social Security, Medicare, and income taxes from wages paid to employees. The withholdings are credited to the employee’s Social Security, Medicare, and income tax accounts. If these taxes are not paid over to the IRS …
Great, Let’s Settle Your IRS Debt
Great news! It sounds like you may be able to pay less than you owe to settle your tax debt.
We may be able to do this using the IRS’s Offer in Compromise (“OIC”).
Here is what you need to know about the OIC:
- An OIC is an agreement between a taxpayer and the IRS to settle a tax liability in exchange for payment of less than the full amount owed.
- The OIC is the very best resolution made available by the IRS. It provides safety from IRS collections, a reduction of the tax balance(s), and an immediate resolution of any tax lien.
There is some paperwork that is required to be submitted to qualify for an OIC and there are rules as to how much the offer has to be and for the IRS to accept it.
We can help you determine whether you qualify for an offer and the amount the IRS would be likely to accept. We will even help assemble the paperwork and submit it to the IRS on your behalf and negotiate with the IRS for you.
The Cost: Our fees range from a low of $500 to a high of $5,000. Most cases are in the $1,000 to $1,500 range. We let clients pay this balance over a six month period. We will include a quote in an email to you based on your situation.
Please note that if we do the analysis and determine that you do not qualify for an OIC or you do not want to proceed with the OIC after we get started, our fee is only $500. This fee just helps offset our costs–we do not make money on it.
We accept credit card payments.
What We Need: I will email you a contract and clear instructions as to what we need to help with this. The tax attorney who will be working your case will be listed in the email and they can answer any questions you may have.