Offers in Compromise
News Flash: The IRS Announces a Significant Easing of the Offer in Compromise Settlement Requirements for Folks Who Can’t Pay Their Tax Debt in Full. Do You Qualify? Find Out Now.
If you can’t pay your tax debt and would like to end your IRS nightmare now, there has never been a better time in the history of the IRS offer in compromise program than now. Just imagine what it will be like to finally be free of your tax nightmare.
An Offer in Compromise allows qualified taxpayers to settle their tax debt for less than the full amount owed when acceptance is in the best interests of both the taxpayer and the government. With our struggling economy and many Americans scrambling to get their finances back on track, the recent IRS changes to the Offer-in-Compromise program have made it easier and more affordable for taxpayers to qualify for a “Fresh Start”.
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Now, we know that all of this sounds almost too good to be true. After all, the IRS is not in the habit of giving a break to the American taxpayer. We are elated with the changes. You may be too. This opportunity is for real. With the revised IRS guidelines, you may now qualify for a reasonable settlement, even if you were turned down or did not qualify in the past.
We don’t know if the changes are permanent, so you should take advantage of this “Fresh Start” program now!
We estimate that half of the taxpayers, who could not qualify for a compromise under the old IRS rules; may be able to compromise their tax debt under the new IRS guidelines. In some instances, the amount required to settle could be reduced by as much as 80% compared to the old rules.