Tax Attorney Joshua Sells to Host Online IRS Offer in Compromise Tax Relief Workshop
- Posted by Joshua Sells
- On November 18, 2020
- IRS Back Taxes, IRS Tax Attorney, IRS Tax Debt, IRS Tax Relief, Offer in Compromise, Ohio Tax Attorney, Tax Settlement
Tax Attorney Joshua Sells Explains The IRS Offer in Compromise Tax Settlement Program
The IRS has a program in place that allows certain taxpayers the ability to settle their back tax and get a “fresh start” as many know the program as. It is entirely possible to literally settle your outstanding back tax for a fraction of what you owe. As a tax attorney, we have settled many cases with the IRS through this program.
For taxpayers who owe significant back tax and are looking for a fresh start, the program offers a legal way to erase the past balance and have a fresh start with the IRS.
Tax Attorney Joshua Sells is hosting an online webinar to address the IRS Offer in Compromise program. Because of COVID-19, there has never been a better time to do an IRS Offer in Compromise.
Why Is Now a Good Time to do an IRS Offer in Compromise
Most importantly, the IRS is currently backlogged. Because the IRS must decide Offer in Compromise cases within two years of submission (or they are automatically accepted under law), we expect their to be less scrutiny by the IRS.
Additionally, the IRS realizes that many people have been financially impacted by COVID-19. As a result, we also expect that some taxpayers who may not have qualified before will now qualify.
Register for the Online IRS Offer in Compromise Tax Settlement Webinar with Tax Attorney Joshua Sells
Our office has received many calls from taxpayers asking about tax settlements with the IRS. Many callers were not even aware of the Offer in Compromise program. Our firm has decided to offer the public a free online IRS Offer in Compromise Tax Settlement Webinar. We are offering the webinar at various timeslots to add additional flexibility.
Click here to register for the online webinar.
If you have additional questions about the IRS Offer in Compromise program, feel free to ask Tax Attorney Joshua Sells your questions below.