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Offers In Compromise / Tax Relief

Understand Your Tax Relief Options

An offer in compromise (OIC) is an agreement between you and the Internal Revenue Service in which the IRS agrees to accept less than the full amount of the tax bill owed. In some cases, taxpayers may save hundreds of thousands of dollars using this tax relief method. In some other cases, it may not be the best way to resolve the issue.

Tax Relief / Offer In Compromise Attorneys

Our tax lawyers will review your situation and tell you if you qualify for an offer in compromise. If you do not qualify, we will the advise you on the best way to eliminate your tax debt and what other options you may have including:

  • An installment agreement with monthly payments
  • Currently Not Collectible status
  • Innocent spouse relief
  • Penalty abatement to remove interest or penalties
  • The IRS Fresh Start Program

Our IRS tax attorneys can help you effectively review your tax situation and negotiate your case.

We will review the results of your tax records or audit to determine if you do in fact owe the money the IRS is claiming. If you did not have a tax attorney handling your audit, errors could have been made. If we can dispute the amount the IRS says is owed, then we may be able to reduce or eliminate your tax bill. Lloyd & Hogan will review your case to see if you meet the requirements of an offer in compromise. A tax debt can be legally compromised if there is some doubt that the assessed tax is correct. In cases where no doubt exists you still may be able to qualify if our attorneys can demonstrate that collection of the tax monies would create an economic hardship or unfair hardship.

Contact An Offer In Compromise Tax Attorney

Don’t let your tax problem continue to escalate. Speak directly with an Alabama tax attorney about your IRS or Alabama Department of Revenue tax case. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case with an Alabama tax lawyer contact Lloyd & Hogan.