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Seattle IRS Offer In Compromise Lawyer - Bellevue Tax Debt Settlement Attorney

Offices in Seattle, Burien, Everett and Bellevue · Serving Northwest Washington Including Renton, Des moines, Shoreline, Issaquah, Bothell, Kent, Auburn, and Bremerton

If you have been audited by the IRS and have received notification that you owe a significant tax liability, or are engaged in a dispute related to taxes owed, there may be options available to work out a settlement. An offer in compromise (OIC) is an agreement with the IRS, in which the taxpayer settles for less than the total tax liability. To take advantage of discounted taxes through an OIC, call Insight Law. A Tax Attorney will review your current circumstances and determine whether you qualify. If you qualify, we provide experienced representation from a local Tax Lawyer to help you through the process.

Offers in Compromise Based on Inability to Pay

The IRS recognizes that it is often better to compromise and negotiate down to what the taxpayer can pay, rather than assign the total liability to Not Collectible status. An offer in compromise is typically based on the taxpayer's inability to pay the amount owed. The IRS will examine your assets and liabilities, including your household expenses, and apply a formula to determine whether you could pay if the total liability is reduced. We will handle the negotiations with the IRS and work aggressively to help you settle for a tax liability that meets your needs. In addition to obtaining an offer in compromise, we can also work toward an installment payment plan that satisfies the IRS, as well as your personal financial situation.

What Conditions Will You Have to Meet?

In order to qualify for consideration for an offer in compromise, the IRS places some strict requirements on the taxpayer, including:

  • Remaining current on annual tax filing and tax payments for five years from the date of acceptance of the OIC
  • Remaining current in paying estimated taxes or withholding taxes during the current tax year

Failing to meet these conditions will result in the IRS declaring you in default, and you may be charged in full for all taxes discounted in the negotiated settlement.

Seattle IRS Settlement Lawyer - Bellevue Offer in Compromise Attorney · Everett Cannot Pay Tax Debt Lawyers -

From offices in Seattle, Burien, Everett and Bellevue, our Tax Lawyers advise and represent clients in communities throughout King County, Pierce County and Snohomish County, Washington. Call us toll free at 877-343-4358 or contact our office by e-mail to arrange an initial consultation with an experienced Seattle tax settlement attorney at our firm today.

Client Testimonial:

"Christopher Larson took on my case over a year ago and in that time he has reduced my tax liability by over $315000!! I have been very impressed with his knowledge and professionalism. He was able to answer all of my questions and addressed them in a timely manner. Along with reducing the debt, he was able to eliminate the possibility of my having to spend time away from my family in a tax prison. I would recommend Christopher to anyone needing representation in dealing with the IRS. Again, the amount of money saved has been well worth having Christopher work on my case."

Steve, Burien, Washington

Office Locations

Insight Law
800 5th Ave.
Suite 4100
Seattle, WA 98104

Phone: 206-922-8078
Toll Free: 877-343-4358
Fax: 206-641-9661
Seattle Law Office

Insight Law
15111 8th Ave. SW
Suite 302
Burien, WA 98166

Phone: 206-922-8078
Toll Free: 877-343-4358
Fax: 206-641-9661
Burien Law Office

Insight Law
6320 Evergreen Way
Suite 214
Everett, WA 98203

Phone: 206-922-8078
Toll Free: 877-343-4358
Fax: 206-641-9661
Everett Law Office

Insight Law
800 Bellevue Way NE
Suite 400
Bellevue, WA 98004

Phone: 206-922-8078
Toll Free: 877-343-4358
Fax: 206-641-9661
Bellevue Law Office

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