Settle your back tax debt - The IRS Offer in Compromise Program


The most sought-after tax resolution option is the IRS settlement program, called an Offer in Compromise. 


Despite what you may see on TV, settling your back tax debt is more than offering an amount and the IRS accepts it. Many people do not qualify to settle their back taxes, but that will not stop some tax resolution firms from selling you this expensive option.


At Achievable Dream Tax Resolution, we will NEVER sell you an option you do not qualify for! We have a 100% success rate and have saved clients over a million dollars in back taxes through the IRS Offer in Compromise program. Contact us today to see if you qualify!

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Do you qualify for an IRS Tax Settlement? Here's what you should know:

You cannot owe taxes again.

  • The IRS is willing to help you start over, but you must prove that the tax problem will not happen again.
  • All tax returns must be filed.
  • You must be current with (not owe) the most recent year of taxes for Individuals and the last three quarters of Federal Tax Deposits for Businesses.
  • You can NOT accrue more back taxes from that point forward. Accruing a single dollar within 5 years of an accepted Offer in Compromise will render it null and void.

A settlement is not a quick fix.

  • The IRS Offer in Compromise program typically takes about 8 months, but can last up to 2 years.
  • Not everyone qualifies for a tax settlement.
  • The settlement amount is based on a vast formula, determined by your assets, present and future income.
  • If the IRS feels that you are a flight risk, they do not have to accept your tax settlement offer.
  • If you do not qualify for an IRS tax settlement, you may still be able to save money through a partial pay installment agreement.

Tax liens WILL be filed.

  • To protect themselves, the IRS will file tax liens for the full amount of taxes owed.
  • Tax liens negatively affect your credit score.
  • The tax lien will remain on your credit report until your settlement probationary period has ended. (5 years)

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