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Tag Archives: Offer in Compromise
Hey jazz fans! ASTPS is kicking off seminar season with Boot Camp in New Orleans – scheduled to take place during Jazz Fest! On April 25-26th, learn the tools to become an expert tax problem solver, and then stick around … Continue reading
Collection IRS SBSE Reissues Guidance On Offer in Compromise Case Building Offers in compromise submitted by taxpayers who have unfiled tax returns or who file the offers with less than the full amount of a Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation … Continue reading
(IRS) Headliner Volume 334 December 28, 2012 The IRS revised two forms used when obtaining financial information to determine how taxpayers can settle their tax liabilities: Form 433-A (PDF), Collection Information Statement for Wage Earners and Self-Employed Individuals Form 433-B … Continue reading
Where a taxpayer is offering to compromise a liability for which the taxpayer’s spouse has no liability, the assets and income of the nonliable spouse will not be considered in determining the amount of an adequate offer. The assets and … Continue reading
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The new OIC rules have many subtle benefits worthy of investigation. Recently I met with a prospective client whose situation illustrates the importance of being current in this specialized area of practice. My new (prospective) client, John, presented me with … Continue reading
The recently updated form 433-A(OIC) was released along with the new rules that allow many more taxpayers to qualify for an Offer in Compromise. This is good news for taxpayers and practitioners alike. However, a taxpayer attempting to complete an … Continue reading
The recent changes to the Offer in Compromise program are welcome, albeit confusing, modifications. For example, we are now to able to exclude $1,000 of cash from the Reasonable Collection Potential amount of an Offer in Compromise. The first area … Continue reading
“Love the hands on case studies. Nothing beats going through the forms and making errors with the instructor to reinforce the lesson.” “Totally enjoyed. Best tax seminar I’ve attended in over 10 years. Extremely informative and enhancing. Can’t wait to … Continue reading
On May 21st the IRS made some taxpayer-friendly changes to the Offer in Compromise program. More struggling taxpayers will be eligible to get their taxes back on track. Among the changes are several items that may be excluded from the … Continue reading