This week’s podcast topic is offers-in-compromise with the IRS. It’s common to believe that when you receive a rejection for your offer from the IRS—whatever the circumstances may be—that the rejection is final. However, that’s not always the case. Attorney Eric Green shares an example from a recent encounter that prompted this particular conversation in which an offer—a good offer—had been rejected.
The takeaway? It’s imperative for you to not always assume that the IRS employees know what they’re talking about or are offering you good, transparent information.
As Eric states, “Don’t assume that the IRS person at the other end is trained, that the IRS person at the other end cares, or that they’re going to go out of their way to help you or even fix it.”
Eric provides tips for if or when you happen to find yourself in a similar situation. Just remember, you will need to do the work and have the facts that support your case readily available. Yet, don’t be afraid to fight for your rights.
Could you use some more guidance when it comes to an offer-in-compromise with the IRS? Listen to the full episode of this week’s Podcast right here!
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