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Offer in Compromise
What is Form 433B?  How is Form 433B used by the Internal Revenue Service?  These are common questions a business may ask   their tax attorney or CPA if they owe taxes to the IRS and have been asked to complete Form 433B.  The article below has been drafted by a Denver tax attorney at...
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An offer in compromise is an agreement with the IRS whereby a taxpayer is able to settle their tax debt for less than the full amount of the debt owed. How is an offer in compromise calculated?  Your offer is calculated based upon your equity in assets and disposable income. How long does the IRS...
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If you have ever worked with the Internal Revenue Service to resolve a tax debt or tax liability, you may have heard the term “current & compliant” in the context of taxation from an IRS revenue officer, your tax attorney or another tax professional.  So what does it mean to be current and compliant and...
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What forms do I need to complete and file with the Internal Revenue Service to submit an offer in compromise and settle my tax debt?  This a common question a taxpayer may ask their tax attorney if they owe taxes to the IRS and are hoping to settle their tax debt.  The answer in short...
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What is an IRS tax settlement?  How can I settle my IRS tax debt?  How much will I have to pay to settle my IRS tax debt?  These are common questions that taxpayers will ask a tax attorney.  The article below has been drafted by a tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm, who has...
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What is Form 433A OIC?  This was a recent question one of our clients asked a tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm.  The article below has been drafted in an attempt to explain what is requested on Form 433A OIC and how this form is used by the Internal Revenue Service. Form 433A OIC...
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The Internal Revenue Service has many forms and schedules, so many that it can become confusing as to which form is needed for certain situations.  The article below drafted by a Denver tax lawyer discusses a few common Internal Revenue Service forms that would be used in resolving an IRS tax debt. Form 433A: Form...
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You have seen their commercials on TV.  You have heard their commercials on the radio.  Maybe you have even been directly solicited by them over the telephone.  I am writing about national tax relief companies, or so they call themselves tax relief companies, but the majority (vast majority) will only take your money with little...
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The majority of taxpayers know that they can settle their tax debts with the IRS through an offer in compromise.  However, many taxpayers ask a Denver tax lawyer if Colorado or other states have a similar program whereby they can settle their debts.  Although, each state has different programs to resolve tax liabilities, the state...
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Previously a Denver tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm has written articles regarding the process of preparing and submitting an offer in compromise to the IRS.  However, clients will often ask a tax attorney, “what is the offer process once the offer is submitted to the IRS?”  We hope the article below helps answer...
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