What Is the Offer In Compromise Program?

By | January 28, 2016

The Offer in Compromise program is a service of the IRS. This service allows for qualifying individuals with an unpaid tax debt to negotiate a settlement with the IRS to resolve their debt for less than they originally owed. Individuals may qualify if they have a reason to doubt that the liability is correct (doubt as to liability), if they doubt that they will be able to pay off the full amount in any length of time (doubt as to collectability), or if the collection of the debt would cause substantial economic hardship (Effective Tax Administration offers). If you have outstanding tax debt and believe that you may qualify for the Offer in Compromise program, please contact Scammahorn Law Firm, PC. The experienced IRS tax attorneys in Dallas, at Scammahorn Law Firm, will guide you through the process of applying for the Offer in Compromise program and will ensure that you don’t pay any more than you have to. Contact Scammahorn Law Firm today at 903-508-2973.


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