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Understanding the Law
 
If you owe the IRS taxes and have the ability to pay them, you may believe that you're obligated to pay them. In fact, by getting Offer In Compromise help from a reputable, well-established Tacoma tax attorney like John Sterbick, you may end up having to pay pennies on every dollar you owe.

How can that be possible? The IRS has regularly been accepting an average of 13.5 cents on the dollar as complete settlement for outstanding tax debts, including taxes, penalties, and any interest you owe.
Here's how it works...
When you meet the above criteria (you both owe the tax and can pay it), the IRS will consider two additional factors when deciding whether to compromise on your debt.  They are: a.) whether "collection of the full liability would cause economic hardship" to you and b.) whether there are sufficiently-compelling "public policy or equity considerations that provide a sufficient basis for compromising the liability." (Source: Revenue regulations section 301.7122-1(b) (3))  If you can prove to the IRS that one or both of these conditions apply, the agency will compromise on your debt.

With John Sterbick on your team you'll benefit from top-notch representation and the reality that he has been through the Offer in Compromise help process and knows how to make it happen for you. Call today to schedule a complimentary confidential, no-obligation appointment to discover how great it will feel to get the IRS tax debt relief you deserve.  Find out how great it feels to sleep soundly again. (253) 383-0140
The Offer in Compromise (OIC) program is based on Effective Tax Administration (ETA) directives.  Congress asked the IRS to create a strategy to let eligible citizens negotiate a settlement when they don't qualify for an OIC based on doubt as to liability or collectability.  Congress instructed the IRS to expand its OIC regulations to allow the agency to consider additional factors when determining whether to compromise on a tax debt.

The IRS's obligations make it clear that Offer in Compromise help will be honored only when there are no grounds for compromise under the concepts of doubt as to liability or doubt as to collectability.  So you can get Offer in Compromise help only when it's obvious that you owe the tax and can pay it.