Will an Offer in Compromise Stop a Levy | Flat Fee Tax Relief

HOW TO STOP AN IRS LEVY WITH AN

OFFER IN COMPROMISE

At least once a week someone will call our tax professionals and ask us how to avoid or stop or prevent an IRS levy. There are different ways to stop a tax levy, but one very effective way is to file an Offer in Compromise (tax settlement), and I’m going to discuss that.

Remember, an IRS levy is different than a tax lien. An IRS levy is when the IRS actually takes action against you to take your money. Yes, the IRS will seize your wages, your paycheck and/or bank account(s). A tax levy is usually a wage garnishment or a bank levy. The key difference between an IRS garnishment that seizes your wages and a bank levy is that the wage garnishment is continuous, and by that we mean that the IRS files the paperwork one time, sends it to your employer, and then they get a piece of your paycheck every time you get paid until they are paid in full.

A bank levy is just what you would expect; they take the money out of your bank account. This is often referred to as a one-time levy, which is a little misleading because they can file the paperwork over and over, but the fact is that it is not continuous meaning that when the levy hits your bank account, the IRS will seize the money in the bank account on the day the levy hits. It is not continuous, meaning if you put more money in there after the levy hits they do not get that money. You have 21 days from the dat the IRS levy hits your bank to get the money released back to you. Needless to say, you have “zero” time to lose.

THE TAX PROFESSIONALS AT FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE ROUTINELY HAVE AN IRS GARNISHMENT STOPPED AND RELEASED IN ONE DAY.

The best way to avoid an IRS levy is to get compliant and come up with a plan to solve your tax problem once and for all. However, in the real world, of course, a tax levy happens all the time and people come call our tax professionals when they are missing their paycheck.

One way to stop an IRS levy is to submit an Offer in Compromise. An Offer in Compromise is a legitimate offer to settle with the IRS. Conceptually, the idea of an Offer in Compromise is very simple, but in reality, folks need help doing it because there is an awful lot of detail involved and if you don’t do it just right, the Internal Revenue Service will reject or return the Offer in Compromise submission and you will need to re-do it or give up. The IRS hopes that you get discouraged and give up.

Here’s what the IRS Code says:

Suspension of the Tax Levy While the Offer in Compromise is Pending

1. IRC 6331(k) provides that no tax levy may be made:

• During the period that the settlement offer is pending
• For an additional 30 days after the offered settlement is rejected, and
• During the time any appeal of the rejection is pending.

2. Treasury Regulation 301.7122-1(d)(2) states that an Offer in Compromise becomes pending once it is accepted for processing. This is the date the IRS official signs the Form 656.

Offer in Compromise – IRS Settlement

A couple of items to sick in your bonnet: Using an Offer in Compromise to stop a tax levy has the potential to be a real home run for you. In the short term, it can and will stop the IRS levy. And in the long term, it can actually settle your entire tax debt for less than what you owe. In other words, it can solve the bigger problem, your unpaid tax bill.

Keep in mind that it does take time to put together an Offer in Compromise. On average, it will take 10 to 12 months to complete. Some folks are impatient but “it is what it is.” When our tax professionals receive a call because of an IRS levy, it’s often an emergency-type situation. People need the tax levy lifted (stopped and released) quickly because they cannot pay their bills without their paycheck.

OUR TAX PROFESSIONALS HAVE SOME “TRICKS UP OUR SLEEVE” THAT WILL STOP THE IRS LEVY PRIOR TO THE OFFER IN COMPROMISE SUBMISSION. THIS WILL PROVIDE THE NECESSARY “STRESS FREE” TIME TO PUT TOGETHER YOUR OFFER IN COMPROMISE.

Our team doesn’t rely on on the Offer in Compromise to stop the tax levy. We have other procedures to accomplish that. Once the Offer in Compromise is submitted, the levy release will stay in place. The tax levy is stopped once the settlement offer is “accepted for processing.” Technically, the settlement offer is “accepted for processing” when the proper IRS official signs Form 656 (the Offer in Compromise form). In our experience, offers are usually processed in about two weeks after they are filed.

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Offer in Compromise | Los Angeles | Flat Fee Tax Relief

OFFER IN COMPROMISE – TAX DEBT HELP – LOS ANGELES – TAX SETTLEMENT

Settling your tax debt is absolutely possible! It doesn’t take an expensive lawyer or years of painful payouts to do it either. In 2012, the IRS instituted the Fresh Start Initiative that made an Offer in Compromise accessible to thousands and thousands of tax debtors who didn’t qualify before. A well documented Offer in Compromise is your opportunity to settle your tax debt once and for all, so you shouldn’t wait another minute!

If you need tax debt help getting out from your tax debt, Flat Fee Tax Relief is here to help you arrange and submit an Offer in Compromise (OIC) that will allow you to pay for your tax debt “for pennies on the dollar!”

FLAT FEE TAX RELIEF HAS A 96% OFFER IN COMPROMISE SUCCESS RATE.

How Can an Offer in Compromise Help You?

If you are struggling with a tax debt, you may be eligible and qualified to apply for an Offer in Compromise (tax settlement), which allows you to settle your debt for less than the full amount, in return for complying with current and future tax terms.

Since the 2012 Fresh Start Initiative, the IRS has significantly increased the allowable expenses, flexibility and relaxed the terms for Offer in Compromise (OIC) applications. Some of the changes include:

• Expanded living expense categories/amounts
• Exclusion of income-producing assets for businesses in an OIP calculation
• Reduction of Cash-in-Bank considered for an OIP calculation by $1,000 + one month’s allowable living expenses
• Exclusion of up to $3,450 in equity per car in a household; additional $200 for older cars
• Release of tax liens once the tax debt has been paid

Never before has the IRS made it so easy and affordable to find tax relief in Los Angeles. We don’t know how long this offer will last, so act today!

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Currently not Collectible | Flat Fee Tax Debt Help

What is Non-Collectible Status? Currently not Collectible Status

Having a taxpayer declared to be Currently not Collectible can have many positive outcomes. Being placed into Currently not Collectible status is a situation where the taxpayer can demonstrate that paying the IRS constitutes an “economic hardship.” To be placed in non-collectible status the monthly “IRS allowable expenses” must exceed monthly income on Form 433-A or 433-F.

It is important to understand and know what the IRS allows as an expense and how much the IRS allows for each expense. It is also important to understand that this is usually just a temporary solution. By “temporary” we mean that usually Currently not Collectible status runs for 18 to 24 months. The IRS can reassess the individual’s ability to pay at that time.

While in Currently not Collectible status, the time that the IRS has to collect continues to run. What does that mean? As an example, if someone owes a $60,000 tax debt and the IRS has 5 years left to collect the tax debt and furthermore you have been in Currently not Collectible status for 24 months, then only 36 months remains to collect. So, it is possible to run out the clock (Statute of Limitations) on the tax debt. This strategy can be very tricky to maneuver and it would be best to have an experienced tax professional handle this. Be aware, the IRS can take away Currently not Collectible status whenever they wish.

If the IRS has declared a taxpayer to be Currently not Collectible and you owe $10,000 or more, your best bet may be to submit a tax settlement. An Offer in Compromise (also referred to as the ‘Fresh Start Program) are the most advertised and least accepted IRS solution.

It is possible that our tax professionals have you placed into Currently not Collectible status while we put together your Offer in Compromise submission.

Think about it. The IRS has declared that you cannot pay your tax debt. By being Currently not Collectible, the IRS keeps your tax debt alive. An Offer in Compromise settles your tax debt altogether.

Tax Settlement – Offer in Compromise

I am Dave Rosa. It is my duty and responsibility to prove you with an honest and comprehensive evaluation of your IRS problem. Our conversation will take 20 to 30 minutes to complete. I have been providing evaluations for more than 15 years. You will know if the best way to go is to place you in Currently not Collectible status or not.

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Offer in Compromise | Flat Fee Tax Debt Help

Offer In Compromise

The tax professionals and IRS Tax Pros at Flat Fee Tax Service have years of experience in negotiating Offer in Compromise settlements. We provide tax debt help throughout the United States. Working with our tax professionals substantially improves your Offer in Compromise process. Eliminate stress and uncertainty while getting the lowest settlement amount possible by working with Flat Fee Tax Service.

THE CLIENTS OF FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE HAVE A 96% OFFER IN COMPROMISE SUCCESS RATE. ON AVERAGE, OUR CLIENTS SAVE 95% OF THEIR TAX DEBT.

If you are struggling to pay your back taxes, you may qualify for an Offer in Compromise. This program may allow you to settle back taxes or IRS liability at a substantial discount on the basis of doubt of liability, collect-ability or effective tax administration.

Nearly all successful tax settlements through an Offer in Compromise are due to the inability of the taxpayer to pay their tax debt after paying their daily allowable expenses.

Established by the Internal Revenue Service, the Offer in Compromise Program is a formal application to the IRS requesting that it accept less than full payment for what you owe in taxes, interest, and penalties. This out of court agreement negotiates your back taxes and places collection efforts on hold and prohibits the IRS from instituting a tax levy of your assets and wages.

Offer in Compromise – Tax Settlement

While it is possible to submit an application yourself, many people complete the forms incorrectly, overstate their assets and income, and offer too much. IRS figures show that 75% of offers are returned immediately due to incorrect forms. Of the 25% that are processed, approximately 50% are rejected. This is why it’s important to work with an experienced tax consultant throughout your Offer in Compromise process.

I am Dave Rosa. It is my pleasure and duty to provide you with a comprehensive evaluation of your IRS problems. Our conversation will take 20 to 30 minutes of your time. By the time our consultation ends, you will know if an Offer in Compromise will solve your tax debt problem.

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IRS Tax Settlement | IRS Problem | Los Angeles | Flat Fee Tax Service

IRS Problem – IRS Tax Settlement – Los Angeles – California

The tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service specializes in IRS tax problem resolution for businesses and individuals. If you have received a notice please call us today at 866-747-7435. We understand tax laws, tax rules and are experts at representing taxpayers before the IRS. We can also help with IRS problems.

Flat Fee Tax Service provides valuable IRS tax debt help and is committed to helping you find a fair solution to your tax debt issue. We will work with you to file back taxes, end an IRS garnishment, avoid property seizure, stop a tax levy and tax liens. An IRS Tax Attorney will resolve your IRS problem. When you work with our IRS tax problem specialists we will, during our consultation, analyze your situation and outline your tax relief options for you. We can help solve your IRS problems and end the harassing phone calls.

IRS PROBLEM – IRS TAX DEBT HELP include:

Failure to File – UNFILED TAX RETURNS

(Filing Back Taxes)

Not filing your taxes can happen for many reasons. The most important first step is to get up to date (IRS compliant) and file your back returns. The tax professionals at Flat fee Tax Service will work with the IRS on your behalf to resolve any past tax return issues, file your back taxes and do all we can to minimize your back tax debt and any penalties associated with your failure to file.

The IRS will not allow you to use other tax debt relief options like an Offer in Compromise or Installment Agreement until your back taxes are filed. Once the back tax returns are filed we can work with the IRS to arrange tax settlement methods if you are unable to pay the balance due.

IRS TAX LIENS – IRS LEVY – TAX GARNISHMENT

Never ignore a notice from the IRS, especially a “Notice of Intent to Levy” – it can have very serious consequences. The IRS can place a tax lien on your property, house, car or wages or even go as far as seizing your property in order to collect the back taxes. Contact our tax professionals immediately so we can stop a tax levy and begin to negotiate a tax settlement on your behalf. When you work through the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service, we can show the IRS that you are trying to resolve the issue quickly.

IRS Garnishment – Wage Garnishment

An IRS Garnishment – Wage Garnishment is one of the ways the IRS uses to collect the taxes you owe. If they contact your employer they will demand that your employer send at least part of your wages (maybe all of it) to the IRS to cover your tax debt. If your wages and paycheck have been garnished, contact our tax professionals immediately if you want to save your paycheck in one day. We will contact the IRS to stop te IRS Garnishment and work out an arrangement to settle your tax debt.

THE TAX PROFESSIONALS AT FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE ROUTINELY HAVE AN IRS GARNISHMENT STOPPED AND RELEASED IN ONE DAY.

Tax Settlement Options – IRS TAX DEBT HELP

Offer in Compromise – Tax Settlement

Not everyone will qualify for an Offer in Compromise (OIC), an IRS settlement agreement, A successful Offer in Compromise can help you settle your tax debt for less than what you owe. We are experienced tax professionals who have experience negotiating Offers in Compromise with the IRS. Contact us today so we can determine if your situation qualifies for this special program.

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Installment Agreement

When you cannot afford to pay your tax debt immediately, tax professionals can help you negotiate lowest possible Installment Agreement with the IRS. This type of payment plan option is good for those who cannot afford a lump sum payment to cover their tax debt but have to many assets to settle.

Currently not Collectible

When your account is placed into a Currently Not Collectible status, that means that your tax debt is removed from the IRS’ active collection status. You may owe less than $10,000 (the minimum for an Offer in Compromise) or you have some assets that may not be accessible to you. The Statute of Limitations will continue to run out on the collectibilty of your tax debt. Contact us today so we can help you determine if you qualify.

I am Dave Rosa. It is my pleasure and duty to provide all who call for their free consultation a complete and thorough evaluation. Our conversation will take 20 to 30 minutes to complete. When we finish, you will know what all of your tax relief options.

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What is an Offer in Compromise? | Flat Fee Tax Service

Offer in Compromise – Tax Settlement – Settle with the IRS for Less

The IRS has a tax settlement program known as an Offer in Compromise (OIC) which provides financially distressed taxpayers an opportunity to settle their tax debts, including interest and penalties, for a lump sum which is less than the total amount of your tax debt. Some tax debt companies advertise (usually on late night cable tv) this as if it is a brand new or limited time program. In fact an Offer in Compromise has been around since the 1954 version of the Internal Revenue Code. It is true, however, that over the years the IRS has, at least based upon its official guidelines, become more lenient. Nevertheless, except for cases where the taxpayer is truly and irreparably broke, it will require expertise and hard work to convince the IRS that an Offer in Compromise is the appropriate tax settlement solution.

The amount of the Offer in Compromise will vary depending upon your income, assets, liabilities, and future income prospects. Current IRS guidelines allow for the tax settlement to be paid in several installments over a period as long as two years, however, the total payments are higher for a lump sum Offer in Compromise. Many Flat Fee Tax Service clients have paid $100 to $500 to settle with the IRS.

A TAXPAYER DOES NOT NEED TO BE “DESTITUTE” TO QUALIFY TO ACHIEVE A SUCCESSFUL OFFER IN COMPROMISE.

One fact which some tax resolution companies fail to properly explain to new clients it that if the entire amount of the tax, plus accrued interest and penalties can be paid over the remaining life of the collection statute of limitations, the IRS will not consider accepting the Offer in Compromise. This results in a very strange phenomenon. In some situations, the more you owe, the more likely it is that the IRS will accept an Offer in Compromise.

CURRENTLY THE IRS HAS BEEN APPROVING APPROXIMATELY 42% OF THE

OFFER IN COMPROMISE SUBMISSIONS.

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96% TAX SETTLEMENT SUCCESS RATE

Our tax lawyers have found that the negotiation of an Offer in Compromise (OIC) is a lengthy process usually takes 10 to 12 month to complete. While the IRS is processing the Offer in Compromise submission, the IRS must leave you alone. If the IRS fails to reject or accept the Offer in Compromise during a two-year period, the tax settlement will be deemed to be accepted. During the time the OIC is pending, the IRS will not require any payments on old taxes. However, during the time an OIC is pending, you must pay all of your current taxes as they become due, including any quarterly estimated income tax payments and federal payroll tax deposits. If you fail to do so, the IRS will immediately reject your OIC and you will not be entitled to any appeal rights. Furthermore, your deposit, discussed below, will be applied to your taxes and if you wish to make a new Offer in Compromise, you will need to make an additional deposit.

At the time the Offer in Compromise is filed, a deposit must be submitted. The amount of the deposit is 20% of the amount offered for a “lump sum” Offer in Compromise. For a “periodic payment” Offer in Compromise, you must include the first proposed installment with the IRS settlement offer. While a periodic payment OIC is being evaluated by the agency, you must make subsequent proposed installment payments as they become due. If the OIC is rejected, withdrawn, or returned, the IRS keeps any deposits made and applies them to the back taxes you owe. There is also a filing fee for an Offer in Compromise. As of 2016, the filing fee was $186.

If the Offer in Compromise is accepted, you must file and pay all taxes (including any estimated taxes and federal tax deposits) for a period of five years following the acceptance of the OIC. You are going to be required to “be good” for five (5) straight years. If you fail to file your If you breach this or any other term of the OIC, the IRS may immediately proceed against you to collect the entire amount of the original tax liability including interest and penalties, less any payments already received under the terms of the Offer in Compromise, with interest on the unpaid balance accruing from the date of default. An accepted IRS settlement may also be revoked if the IRS determines that there has been a falsification of concealment of assets, or a mutual mistake of a material fact sufficient to cause a contract to be reformed or set aside. In the event your OIC is accepted, a record of the amount of the taxes due and the amount accepted will be available for public inspection for a period of one year at the local IRS office.

The mere act of submitting the Offer in Compromise will extend the time the IRS has to collect the overdue taxes from you for a period of one year, plus the time that the IRS is considering your OIC. This means that if your Offer in Compromise is rejected, the time it took from beginning to to rejection will be added to the Statute of Limitations. Submitting the offer may also delay the earliest time in which you could discharge your taxes bankruptcy. Until the OIC is accepted, interest and penalties continue to accrue on the outstanding balance due. Any refunds owed to you by the Internal Revenue Service for tax years before the end of the calendar year during which the OIC is accepted will be kept by the IRS. Upon acceptance of the OIC, you will give up all rights to dispute the correctness of the tax for any of the years compromised.

THE IRS WANTS TO ACCOMPLISH TWO (2) THINGS: COLLECT MONEY AND CLOSE FILES. AN OFFER IN COMPROMISE ACCOMPLISHES BOTH OF THESE GOALS. THE IRS WILL HAVE COLLECTED “SOMETHING” AND THE FILE IS CLOSED. SO, IF IT CAN BE SHOWN THAT YOU CANNOT PAY YOUR TAX DEBT WITHIN THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS, THE IRS HAS AN INCENTIVE TO APPROVE THE TAX SETTLEMENT.

I am Dave Rosa. It is my duty and pleasure to provide you with a comprehensive and free consultation. my conversation with you will take 20 to 30 minutes. You can be assured that at the end of our conversation, you will know if you should do an Offer in Compromise or not.

We have have been doing successful Offer in Compromise submissions for the past twenty years. Our tax professionals will get you through this settlement process successfully.

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Offer in Compromise | What You Need To Know | Flat Fee Tax Service

Flat Fee Tax Service has an impeccable record regarding the successful acceptance of our clients IRS Offer in Compromise submissions.

95% of our clients at Flat Fee Tax Service, who have submitted an Offer in Compromise to the IRS, has received a favorable settlement ruling from the IRS.

WHY IS THE IRS TAX RELIEF TEAM AT FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE SO SUCCESSFUL?

Our IRS Tax Professionals will only submit an Offer in Compromise for a client after we have had an in-depth consultation with our client and they provide us with the information necessary to be successful.

Flat Fee Tax Service is fully accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for a reason. It is because we provide a very valuable service, at affordable fees, without complaint.

A LUMP SUM OFFER IN COMPROMISE SETTLEMENT:

A financially struggling taxpayer may choose the lump sum offer, which is defined as a settlement offer where the taxpayer makes five or fewer installment payments within 24 months after the offer is accepted. If a taxpayer submits a lump sum offer, the taxpayer must include with the Form 656, Offer in Compromise a nonrefundable payment equal to 20 percent of the amount. This payment is required in addition to the $150 application fee (IRS.gov, Topic 204 – Offers in Compromise, 8/22/2013). Under the offer in compromise requirements, the nonrefundable amount cannot be returned to the taxpayer if the offer is either rejected or accepted. Instead, it will be applied to the taxpayer’s liability.

MONTHLY PERIODIC PAYMENT PLAN:

The periodic payment offer is defined as a settlement offer where the taxpayer makes six or more monthly payments within 24 months after the offer is accepted. When the taxpayer submits the offered settlement, he or she must also submit the proposed installment payment along with IRS Form 656. This payment is required in addition to the $150 application fee. Similar to the lump sum cash offer, the twenty-percent first installment payment is nonrefundable. While the IRS is evaluating a periodic payment offer, the struggling taxpayer must continue to make the installment payments provided for under the terms of the offer in compromise. These amounts are also nonrefundable. The first and successive installment payments are all applied to the back tax liabilities. The taxpayer has a right to specify the particular tax liabilities to which the periodic payments will be applied.

APPEALING A REJECTED OFFER IN COMPROMISE SETTLEMENT:

In the event that the IRS rejects an offer in compromise, the taxpayer is notified by mail. In the letter, the IRS will explain the reason for the rejection and will provide also detailed instructions on how the taxpayer may appeal the decision to the IRS Office of Appeals.

All appeals must be made within 30 days from the date of the letter. Some offers in compromise are returned because the taxpayer failed to provide necessary information specific to filing for bankruptcy, failed to pay the application fee, or failed to file tax returns and/or pay the current tax liability. In this case, returns are different from rejections. The taxpayer has no right of appeal when the application is returned.

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TOP TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL OFFER IN COMPROMISE:

A larger number of the submitted offer in compromise applications are returned because they are incomplete. The 1st step in the Offer in Compromise process is that the IRS will look for any reason to reject a submitted Offer in Compromise. The IRS has a word for a procedural rejection. The IRS word is “unprocessable.”

DON’T BE REJECTED.

The IRS will not process an offer if it is missing elements specific to applications and related documentation. To be eligible, all filers must not have an open bankruptcy case, must have filed all federal tax returns at issue, must have filed payroll tax returns and deposits at issue for the last two quarters, must pay the required application fee ($150), must complete and submit Forms 656, 433-A, and/or 433-B (if necessary), and must be current with estimated taxes and income tax withholding for the current year.

The most important tips for a successful offer in compromise is to pay the offer amount; file all tax returns on time; allow the IRS to keep any tax refunds, payments, and credits to reduce your tax liability; and continue to let the IRS keep any tax refunds payable to you even after the offer in compromise is approved.

MOST IMPORTANT TIP: DO NOT TRY AND DO YOUR OWN SETTLEMENT OFFER.

DO NOT TRY AND DO YOUR OWN SETTLEMENT OFFER.

Do not be “penny wise and a pound foolish.” Choose a tax professional to help you with the offer in compromise requirements. Because of the complexity of the IRS process, taxpayers should hire a tax professional, who has a track record, who is knowledgeable about the dynamics of the program. You want a tax professional that is experienced and knowledgeable about this area of tax law and truly understands your offer in compromise requirements.

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IRS Offer in Compromise | Increase Your Chances | Flat Fee Tax Service

95% of the IRS Offer in Compromise submissions made to the IRS by clients of Flat Fee Tax Service 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.

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The IRS tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service 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 1-866-747-7435 for your free tax consultation or visit their website at:

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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 $190.00?
2. Followed by 09 Monthly Fee Payments of $190.00?
3. Total Fees Are $1900.00.

CAN YOU AFFORD THE ABOVE?

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

CALL: 1-866-747-7435

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FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE:

1. Guided by Our Christian Values – No Client Complaints.
2. Fully Accredited by the Better Business Bureau.
3. A-Rating with the Better Business Bureau.
4. Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys.
5. Very Affordable Fees.
6. Monthly Fee Arrangements.
7. 95% Offer in Compromise Success Rate.
8. Most IRS wage levies – IRS wage garnishment – Stopped and Released in 1 Day.
9. Flat Fee Tax Service is: Ethical, Moral, Dependable and Thorough.

IRS Levy | Chicago, Illinois | Flat Fee Tax Service

Flat Fee Tax Service has been the nationwide leader in having an IRS levy stopped and released. Usually it takes a matter of a few hours to accomplish an IRS levy release.

The IRS tax relief team at Flat Fee Tax Service has helping struggling taxpayers worldwide. We have clients who live throughout the world but they share a common problem. They all have an IRS tax debt that they cannot re-pay. It does not matter where you live, Flat Fee tax Service can and will help you.

Can You Get An IRS Levy Release?

It is possible to get an IRS Levy Release, but it requires following a stringent set of guidelines. Here’s how to get an IRS Levy Release.

An IRS Levy is the legal seizure of property, bank accounts, or wages that you own in order to pay your IRS tax debt. In a moment we’ll get to what needs to happen in order to get a release of a levy.

It’s important that you know that the best way to deal with an IRS levy is to not get one in the first place. If you haven’t yet received an IRS Notice of Intent to Levy, then you still have time to negotiate with the IRS and avoid an IRS levy on your wages or bank accounts.

Many struggling taxpayers are unable to pay their tax debt. You do not want an IRS levy.

If you’ve already received a notice of intent to levy from the IRS, then the time to act is right away. It is possible to get the IRS to release the levy, but you only have 30 days to file the paperwork and you have to prove that the tax levy is an immediate economic hardship. You should not try and negotiate a release of an IRS levy.

Professional IRS representation will be your best chance of obtaining a levy release.

Stopping and releasing your IRS levy is only the first (1st) step. You should be looking at settling your IRS tax debt through the Offer in Compromise program. Get yourself a Fresh Start.

If you owe the IRS money or have gotten notice of a levy, call our experienced tax law consultants (IRS tax relief team) at 1-866-747-7435.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE:

1. Guided by our Christian Values.
2. Fully Accredited by the Better Business Bureau. We have no client complaints.
3. Maintain an A-Rating with the Better Business Bureau.
4. Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys.
5. 95% of our clients have received a successful IRS Offer in Compromise.
6. Most IRS levies are released and stopped within hours.
7. Affordable Fees paid in monthly installments. Fees are posted on front page of our Website.
8. Flat Fee Tax Service is honest, dependable and thorough.

Call us for your free consultation: 1-866-747-7435

Visit our Website for fee information:

https://www.flatfeetaxservice.net

The IRS Has Eased Offer in Compromise Settlement Program – The Fresh Start Initiative

The IRS has announced new and expanded eligibility of their Offer in Compromise program. The new IRS regulations are called the FRESH START INITIATIVE.

    There may be never, ever be a better time to settle your tax debt with the IRS.

The people who call us at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. are usually anxious, frightened and facing an IRS Levy on their paycheck.

More taxpayers will have access to an IRS Settlement via the IRS Fresh Start Offer in Compromise program, which will allow taxpayers to pay less than the full amount of their bill. Under the new Offer in Compromise program, IRS Settlements via the Offer in Compromise program (OIC) will be available to people with annual income of up to $100,000 will be eligible, up from $50,000 before.

Also, the IRS will allow taxpayers to continue making their car payments, rather than counting that money as part of the taxpayer’s assets considered available for the unpaid tax debt.

There are many new rules that are advantageous to receiving an IRS settlement for taxpayers who are struggling financially.

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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.:

1. Guided by our Christian Values.
2. Fully Accredited by the Better Business Bureau. Maintain an A-Rating.
3. No Client Complaints.
4. Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys.
5. Our IRS tax relief team will have most IRS wage levies stopped and released in 1 day.
6. Low affordable fees.
7. Fees can be paid in monthly installments.
8. Honest, dependable and thorough.

ARE YOU QUALIFIED AND ELIGIBLE TO SETTLE WITH THE IRS?

Find out if you are.

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