How many times have you heard the expression, “Settle your IRS tax debt for pennies on the dollar!”? It’s true, some people can settle with the IRS for an amount significantly lower than what’s actually owed. The program is called an Offer in Compromise and these settlements are much harder to qualify for than the TV ads and many unscrupulous companies lead you to believe. Filing an Offer in Compromise and having your settlement accepted by the IRS are two very different things and True Resolve Tax Professionals has gotten tired of seeing big companies take advantage of honest taxpayers by filing an Offer in Compromise when in reality, the taxpayers never qualify in the first place. A year later, the taxpayer’s settlement has been rejected, thousands of dollars have been lost, and the taxpayer returns to collections with nothing to show for it.
Offer in Compromise – Pre-Qualifier Tool
We invite you to use this pre-qualifier tool to evaluate if you can qualify for an IRS settlement. You will simply be asked to answer up to 10 qualifying questions needed to evaluate your qualification ratio. Upon submission, you will be notified by a member of our team of licensed Enrolled Agents on if we believe you may qualify for an IRS settlement. If you don’t, we’ll show you other effective alternatives to resolve your debt in the fastest and most economical way possible. With hundreds of accepted Offer in Compromise settlements under their belts and a 99% acceptance rate, True Resolve Tax Professionals doesn’t want to see people get taken advantage of any longer by companies promising a settlement when better alternatives exist. So go ahead and complete the pre-qualifier tool to see if an Offer in Compromise can change your financial future.
DISCLAIMER: This calculator tool is designed to be informational only, and when used alone does not constitute professional tax advice. True Resolve Tax Professionals, LLC is not responsible for any actions taken in reliance upon or as a result of the information provided by this tool. This qualifier cannot be used as an assurance or guarantee of future Offer in Compromise acceptance. Consult with a licensed tax professional before filing an Offer in Compromise.