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Updated: May 29, 2020

There are as many reasons for a financially struggling taxpayer to fall behind on their past due income taxes as there are stars in the sky. You may have had medical emergencies; loved ones unexpectedly pass away; car and house repairs drain the savings account. You may have gone through a divorce or loss of a job. You may have had to dip into your 401K or IRA retirement fund to keep from “drowning”. It can be anything that wipes you out financially or even emotionally. For some of us, once that deadline passes, it is so much easier to forget about it. The IRS will not forget about you. The IRS will not forget about your unfiled tax returns. The IRS will not forget your unpaid income tax. IRS budget cuts may mean fewer audits of average taxpayers, but they do not mean that missed payments or unfiled tax returns will slip through the cracks. The IRS will demand that you pay your back income tax debt.


The great news is that, should you be someone who is "just breaking even"after paying your everyday expenses, the IRS will take what it can get and settle for less. There are times when taxpayers simply cannot pay the full amount due, and the agency is not in the business of bankrupting taxpayers. It wouldn’t make sense.

It does make sense that the IRS dispatch the matter (your income tax debt) quickly so both you, the financially struggling taxpayer, and the federal government can move on.

This is where the Offer of Compromise (IRS Settlement)works to your benefit. The IRS settlement program is all about the taxpayer and the IRS agreeing to a reduced tax settlement based on the taxpayer’s ability to pay their overdue income tax debt.

An IRS Offer in Compromise is not a settlement that is available to everyone. The taxpayer cannot be in an open bankruptcy, for example. The taxpayer must be up-to-date with all filing of tax returns. You must be “compliant.” The taxpayer must prove that his situation warrants the successful Offer in Compromise settlement.

The IRS is looking in particular for information about the taxpayer’s inability to pay, and that would be your monthly gross income and assets, and your “allowable” expenses.

The most important thing to remember is that the IRS looks at the whole picture to determine eligibility. Low income, for example, will not be as persuasive an argument if the taxpayer has several million dollars in a savings account. If you are struggling to make ends meet, you are probably eligible and qualified to settle your back income tax debt. The IRS wants to accomplish 2 things: Collect money and close files. Approving an Offer in Compromise accomplishes both of those goals even if the IRS accepts $100.


96% of the IRS Offer in Compromise settlements submitted by the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Relief have received a successful IRS settlement. That’s why our IRS tax resolution team have been called “America’s Best & Most Affordable IRS Tax Relief Team.” Compare our record to the IRS acceptance rate of 42%. Most IRS Offer in Compromise rejections are due to taxpayers attempting to do their own IRS settlement.


1. Guided by our Christian Values. 2. Honest, trustworthy and Hard Working. 3. No Client Complaints. 4. Accredited by the Better Business Bureau. A-Plus Rating. 5. Experienced IRS Tax Attorneys Handle your IRS Tax Debt Resolution. 6. Most IRS Wage Levy Stopped in One (1) Day. 7. 96% of our Clients who have Submitted an IRS Offer in Compromise has had a Successful IRS Settlement. 8. Very Affordable Fees Stretched Out Over 10 Months. 9. Our Clients Get Positive Results.


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