When Can You Settle?
Solutions to IRS and State Tax Problems: Levy/Lien/Garnishment/Collections/Payment Plan/Offer in Compromise
Ayo Falusi called for a Free Consultation. We gave him advice that he used to eliminate a tax lien. Taxpayer never contracted with us - just utilized our advice on consult.
He writes, "I wanted to let you know how much I appreciated your helpful resolution advice on the phone today. You are a true professional that I would gladly refer to others!
Again, thanks so much for your insightful input."
NOTE: Free Consultation here means Free Consultation.
The simple facts are these. You can settle, in most cases, even if any of the following have or do exist:
- Already in collections
- Have an ongoing payment plan
- Defaulted on a payment plan
- In Currently Not Collectible Status (CNC)
- Had a prior offer rejected
on a prior offer
- You have some cash flow and/or some assets
- You have been labeled a tax protestor
And last, but not least:
all the idiots of the world said you would or do not qualify for an offer, they could very well be wrong! We have pushed many
offers through successfully when other professionals have told our clients there was no way they could ever qualify for an offer.
- Remember common sense! If you cannot afford to pay all the taxes, you have to settle. It is that simple to us.