If you owe unpaid taxes, you may have the right to settle your tax debt for less than you owe. If you are currently up-to-date on your annual tax filings — just not your payments — you have the right to file for an offer in compromise. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has a program that may allow you to pay off your past-due taxes in one lump-sum payment or with a short-term payment plan. Our Mesa offer in compromise lawyers can discuss your tax debt case and whether this is a practical option at this time.
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At Campbell & Coombs, P.C., our attorneys apply more than 100 years of combined legal experience to helping individuals and businesses throughout the state resolve tax, foreclosure, and bankruptcy matters. We know how to follow the strict guidelines and complicated filing requirements that help people just like you qualify for relief.
An offer in compromise may provide you valuable benefits such as:
If the IRS does not accept your offer in compromise, you still have options. We can help you negotiate an installment agreement — for the full or a partial amount of your tax debt — or help you establish an agreement for delayed payment of your debt. During the negotiations for any option, the tax levy may be suspended until an agreement is reached.
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