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Resolving your Tax Debt questions
Renkemeyer Law Firm can make an offer in compromise to the IRS to fully resolve your IRS tax debt for all outstanding years at an amount significantly below the current balance of the tax debt. The amount offered can be paid in one lump sum or in payments over time.
Whether the IRS will accept a reduction in the tax debt (and the amount of the reduction) is completely based on the presentation of your personal financial condition. As such, it is vital that you use a qualified tax attorney to assist you in preparing and negotiating your offer in compromise with the IRS.
Removing your IRS Tax Debt
We work on your IRS tax debt with and for you to set up an installment agreement or payment plan to repay the IRS tax debt over time. The IRS has NEVER denied our clients a payment plan. Like the offer and compromise, the amount of the monthly payment is based on your financial condition.
As such, it is important to get a qualified tax attorney to prepare and present your financial condition to the IRS.
We are ready to help anyone
Our knowledgeable tax staff will help you dispute the amount of taxes the government says you owe. If you wish to propose an offer in compromise settlement, we will prepare an offer for you. We will present an installment agreement if needed, or apply for non-collectible hardship status to avoid tax collection while negotiating with the IRS. We are ready to help anyone work through taxation challenges and improve their financial position.
There are two systems of taxation in our country. One for the Informed and one for the uninformed.
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Q: Who can make an offer in compromise with the IRS?
A: Anyone who owes a debt can make an offer in compromise. The likelihood of success is dependent upon your current financial situation.
Q: What is the likelihood of obtaining a payment plan?
A: Nearly everyone can obtain a payment plan to pay the full balance they owe, or the reduced balance if the IRS agrees to settle the tax debt for a lesser amount. The amount of the monthly payment is dependent on your current financial position.
Q: Do I have to pay the entire reduced amount of the tax debt if I settle?
A: No. You should be able to get a payment plan to pay the reduced amount over time. The amount of the payment will depend on your current financial position.
Q: Will the IRS stop their collection process while we negotiate a payment plan or offer in compromise?
A: Nearly always. The IRS typically will agree to halt their collection efforts while we negotiate a payment plan or offer in compromise. This may not stop the filing a of a tax lien though.