Offer In Compromise based on Doubt as to Liability

If you submit an Offer in Compromise based on Doubt as to Liability, you will offer the IRS an amount less than the amount that the IRS claims you owe.    This option is only available in certain circumstances.  If you were unable to dispute the amount of tax the IRS claims you owe during the time allowed by the Internal Revenue Code or IRS guidelines, it might be possible to file an Offer in Compromise based on Doubt as to Liability.  Some possible reasons for submitting a doubt as to liability offer in compromise include the following:

(1) the examiner made a mistake interpreting the tax law

(2) the examiner failed to consider the evidence presented

(3)new evidence is available to support a change to the assessment.

Please contact us to discuss whether you might be a good candidate for this option.  If you are a good candidate for an Offer in Compromise, we can assist you in preparing the required forms and providing the appropriate documents to support your claim.

Comments are closed.