Under certain circumstances, taxpayers can have their tax debt partially forgiven!

The IRS Fresh Start initiative makes it easier for individual and small business taxpayers to pay back taxes and also avoid tax liens



When the IRS considers forgiving tax debt, the present financial condition of the taxpayer is of primary importance. The IRS cannot collect more than a taxpayer can pay. If any collection action by the IRS would force a taxpayer debtor into a financial crisis, the IRS cannot collect the back taxes.

Taxpayers that have the resources to pay only a partial amount of their tax debt can apply for the IRS government payment plan called an Offer in Compromise (OIC) to resolve the remainder. According to the financial capacity of the taxpayer, the IRS significantly reduces the total debt to an amount that the taxpayer can pay. The reduced amount can be paid in a lump sum or in fixed monthly installments.

To make it easier for taxpayers to qualify and use the OIC, the IRS has expanded their Fresh Start initiative. Under the new, more flexible rules, taxpayers do not have to disclose extensive financial details to the IRS to judge their paying ability.


The Fresh Start Initiative for OIC Offers Taxpayers The Following Advantages!

  • The IRS now looks at only one year of future income for offers if they are paid in five or fewer months when calculating a taxpayer’s reasonable collection potential. This is down from the previous four years looked at. For agreements of six to 24 months, the IRS now looks at two years of future income instead of the previous five years.


  • Taxpayers are now allowed to make their student loans’ minimum payments for post-high school education loans guaranteed by the federal government.


  • Taxpayers may, under certain conditions, pay their delinquent federal and state or local taxes in monthly installments if they cannot pay it in full.


  • The standard allowance for the Allowable Living Expense amount has been expanded. This allowance now includes credit card payments, bank fees and charges, and other miscellaneous allowances.



Get your tax returns filed!

The first step towards successful resolution is to acknowledge that your tax debt and un-filed tax returns won’t go away on their own and to seek professional assistance. Our firm of tax relief professionals has helped thousands of individuals and businesses just like you stop forced collections and finally resolve their tax debt.


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