Options When Your IRS Offer in Compromise Is Rejected – Flat Fee Tax Service

When a financially struggling individual taxpayer or financially struggling small business is saddled with an over due income tax debt, there are several ways to handle the situation. If you owe a substantial amount of past due income tax and the statute of limitations is closing in, you could try to “run out the clock.” We recommend that you have an experienced IRS Tax Attorney oversee this method. That may be one (1) way of handling your income tax debt.

The second (2nd) way is for you to make the IRS a settlement offer through the Offer in Compromise program. An Offer in Compromise is essentially a proposal for settling your income tax debt for less than what’s owed. In 2013, nearly 42% of all offers were accepted, which means that a significant number of taxpayers were turned away. If you’ve attempted to negotiate a settlement with no success, here are the next steps you need to take.

THE CLIENTS OF FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. HAVE A 95% OFFER IN COMPROMISE SUCCESS RATE.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. IS YOUR VERY BEST OPTION.

WHY FOOL AROUND WITH THOUGHTS OF IRS APPEALS, WHEN YOU CAN DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST (1ST) TIME.

When the IRS receives an Offer in Compromise, there are three possible outcomes: acceptance, rejection or return. If your offer is rejected, that means that the terms you proposed weren’t sufficient to merit an approval. When an offer is returned, it’s usually because there was either an error present on the necessary paperwork or the IRS has determined there is a risk of you incurring further tax liability in the near future.

IF YOU HAVE FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC., YOU WON’T HAVE THESE PROBLEMS.

If your IRS settlement offer was returned, the only option is to resubmit your Offer in Compromise application or deal with your debt outside of the Offer in Compromise process. When this happens, you are vulnerable to enforcement action again. Most financially struggling taxpayers who submit an Offer in Compromise had been facing an IRS levy at some point.

CALL: 1-800-589-3078 FOR YOUR FREE & CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION.

YOUR BEST OPTION IS TO DO YOUR OFFER IN COMPROMISE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.

There’s no penalty for resubmitting an Offer in Compromise with the correct information but you should keep in mind that it does slow the process down and you will be open and vulnerable to another IRS levy.

HERE IS SOME “INSIDE INFORMATION.”

The amount of time and labor that goes into an Offer in Compromise is the same if you owe $10,000 or $99,999. It is the same. Therefor, Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. has the very same fee for everyone who owes $10,000 to $100,000.

Having an unpaid income tax debt hanging over your head can be very extremely unpleasant and it’s also extremely burdensome for individual taxpayers who are attempting to operate a small business. If you are thinking of submitting an IRS settlement offer or you’ve attempted to negotiate an Offer in Compromise and failed, consulting a experienced knowledgeable tax relief expert is a must. If your offer was rejected and you’re not sure how to proceed, contact the experienced IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc.

WHY IS FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. “AMERICA’S BEST & MOST AFFORDABLE IRS TAX RELIEF TEAM”

1. No Client Complaints.
2. Accredited by the Better Business Bureau. A-Rating. Check out our BBB Reviews for yourself.
3. Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys Work Directly with You to Fix your IRS Problems.
4. Low Affordable Fees are Stretched over 10 Months. (We know that you are financially struggling).
5. IRS Wage Levies (Garnishments) are Stopped and Released in one (1) Day.
6. 95% of our Clients have received Successful IRS Settlements.
7. Our Clients Receive Positive Results.

WE WANT YOU TO BE OUR NEXT SUCCESSFUL STORY.

WE WANT YOU TO GET OUT OF IRS TROUBLE.

http://www.flatfeetaxservice.us

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