Thursday, February 20, 2014

Offer in Compromise returns based on submissions "best interests" of the government

"Best interest" offer in compromise rejections or returns are based on IRM (05-11-2011)

The IRS states that this rejection should not be routine.  The primary reason for a rejection in the IRM is the fact that it is highly unlikely the taxpayer will be able to remain in compliance.

IRS offer specialist do not read or follow the IRS.  Largely , they think they have the broad discretion to return on a for reasons not specified in the IRM.

Call for assistance for any return of an Offer in Compromise based on the "best interest" of government.  The odds are high that the rejection is erroneous.

Alvin S. Brown, Esq. (212) 588-1113

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