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"An Offer in Compromise is an agreement between a taxpayer and the IRS that resolves the taxpayer's liability.
November 2003 saw the beginning of the $150 user fee for filing Form 656, Offer in Compromise. However, at the same time, the IRS reached out to stakeholders, by requesting suggestions for its revision of Form 656.
On April 24, 2001, he filed Form 656, Offer in Compromise, for tax years 1986, 1987 and 1993 to 1999.
An offer in compromise should include the legal grounds for compromise and provide enough information for the IRS to determine whether the offer fits within its acceptance policies.
With this week's publication of revised tax Form 656 and an array of internal IRS changes underway, the agency is fundamentally changing the Offer in Compromise program.
An offer assigned to Centralized Offer in Compromise Units, however, may not be withdrawn by personal delivery, because documents cannot be personally delivered to these units.
These include Form 656-P, Offer in Compromise, Form 433-OIC, Financial Statement for Wage Earners or Self-Employed Individuals, and Optional Interactive Worksheet.
Form 656, Offer in Compromise, on which an OIC must be submitted, provides that the taxpayer agrees to suspension of the running of the statutory periods of limitation on both assessment and collection of the taxes in question during the period the offer is "pending" and for one year thereafter.
The online forms include 656-R Offer In Compromise; 433-OIC, Financial Statement for Wage Earners and Self-Employed; and supplemental information (a complete list of items to be submitted is found in the directions).
The IRS issued Form 656-A, Additional Basis for Compromise, using the new criteria, taxpayers should submit this form (along with Form 656, Offer in Compromise (the standard offer-in-compromise application)).
7122 to require the Service to develop guidelines for determining when an offer in compromise is adequate.
While OICs have been an available collection tool for the IRS for many years, the policy for their acceptance changed in 1992, as a result of concerns over an ever-increasing delinquent accounts receivable inventory, and the growing number of cases reported as "currently not collectible." The revised policy statement provides that "[t]he Service will accept an Offer in Compromise when it is unlikely that the tax liability can be collected in full and the amount offered reasonably reflects collection potential.