IRS Offer in Compromise Submissions and Acceptances Have Increased – Do It Now

90% of the IRS Offer in Compromise submissions made to the IRS by clients of Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. have been successfully accepted by the IRS. Not everyone is qualified and eligible to settle with the IRS for less.

PER IRS STATISTICS: THE NATIONWIDE AVERAGE IS 42%

YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE AND QUALIFIED. YOU MAY NOT BE.

FIND OUT IF YOU ARE.

The IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. can determine during our initial consultation if you should be submitting an Offer in Compromise settlement to the IRS.

THE IRS HAS NEVER BEEN THIS LENIENT.

TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW.

The IRS Data Book (Publication 55B issued March 2013) for Fiscal Year 2012 noted that for the fiscal year (October 1, 2011, through September 30, 2012) the number of Offer in Compromise settlements submitted to the IRS rose 8% from 59,000 in fiscal year 2011 to 64,000 for fiscal year 2012 (Table 16 of Publication 55B).

More importantly, the IRS Data Book lists an increase in Offer in Compromise acceptance by the IRS from the fiscal year 2011 to the fiscal year 2012 by 20%!

WILL YOU BE ACCEPTED FOR AN IRS SETTLEMENT?

In the fiscal year 2011, as per the IRS Data Book the number of Offers in Compromise accepted was 20,000 and in the fiscal year 2012 that number went up to 24,000.

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The IRS has reported an increase in the dollar amounts of offered settlements accepted from $154,092,000 in the fiscal year 2011 to $195,652,000 in the fiscal year 2012.

The IRS has become more flexible in accepting Offers in Compromise. Now is the perfect time for you, the struggling taxpayer who has a tax debt owed to the IRS, to consider if you qualify for the offer in compromise program and, if so, to submit your settlement offer to the IRS for consideration.

The Offer in Compromise program settles the taxpayer’s debt of unpaid federal tax for less than the full amount owed. Generally, the IRS accepts offers of the settlement if, on review, it is determined that the tax cannot be paid in full or through a long-term payment agreement. More detailed information concerning the Offer in Compromise program can be found on our Website:

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While this is the perfect time to submit an offer in compromise to the IRS to settle your past due to tax debt, you have to remember that while in the fiscal year 2012 the IRS offer acceptance rate rose as per the Data Book to 37.5% that also means the rejection rate was 62.5%. The majority of those rejections from our experience are poorly prepared offer submissions.

The best way to avoid having your settlement offer rejected is to have professional assistance in the perpetration, submission, and negotiation of your offer in settlement package. An offer in compromise package is not just one simple form you full out but a number of detailed forms and supporting documents that need to be prepared and gathered and packaged then submitted to the IRS for review.

DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME!

Taxpayers don’t realize is that the process does not end with the submission of the offered settlement package but continues with discussions, conferences, and negotiations with IRS Offer Specialists down the road.

An Offer in Compromise really is rather complicated and the best way to handle it is to get professional help by looking for and retaining a trusted IRS tax relief firm with tax attorneys who specialize in this field of tax resolution (Federal and State). The best way is to look for a respected tax relief firm like Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. which is listed with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) with an A rating and zero complaints.

As the IRS Data Book shows, now is the absolute best time to see if you qualify for the offer in compromise program and, if you do qualify, to submit your IRS tax settlement package. Strike while the iron is hot but don’t find yourself in that 62.5% of rejections by trying to do it yourself; get the professional help needed to take advantage of the IRS’ new flexibility in settlement offer acceptance.

YOU CAN BE ONE OF FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. 90% SUCCESS STORIES.

The IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has extensive experience in tax resolution and has represented numerous clients worldwide, providing professional IRS tax advice and expertise to resolve IRS tax matters including Offers in Compromise, levy and garnishment release (most IRS wage levies stopped in 1 day), filing all unfiled tax returns, appeal penalties and establishing minimal payment plans with the IRS.

If you have unfiled tax returns or owe the IRS or state over $10,000 in back taxes, call the IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. now at 1-888-875-4506 for your free tax consultation or visit their website at:

http://www.flatfeetaxservice.us for more details.

Our tax experts will take over all communications with the IRS and handle your case from beginning to end.

IF YOU QUALIFY AND ARE ELIGIBLE TO SUBMIT AN OFFER IN COMPROMISE,

CAN YOU AFFORD THE FOLLOWING:

1. An Initial Fee of $300.00?
2. 10 Monthly Fee Payments of $160.00?
3. Total Fees Are $1900.00.

CAN YOU AFFORD THE ABOVE?

IF YOU CAN, YOU CAN GET YOURSELF IRS TAX HELP TODAY.

CALL: 1-800-589-3078

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FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.:

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4. Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys.
5. Affordable Fees.
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7. 90% Offer in Compromise Success Rate.
8. Most IRS Wage levies Stopped and Released in 1 Day.
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