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Category: 433 Forms

What is an IRS Offer in Compromise?

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Some people leave their tax debt to continue adding up instead of finding an immediate solution to this problem.  Perhaps they think that by ignoring the problem, it will just go away.  Not the case.  In fact, ignoring the problem will only make it worse. One such solution is to find a tax attorney to… Read more »

6 Common Offer in Compromise Mistakes to Avoid

Failure to get your offer in compromise (OIC) accepted is always devastating both financially and even emotionally because you are left with a tax burden that might be worse than before. A lot of these offers are rejected because incompetent tax resolution firms make one of six common mistakes. So, what are these mistakes, and… Read more »

What If You Can’t Make the Minimum Monthly Installment Payment?

IRS installment agreement payments

  If you find yourself unable to make the minimum monthly installment payment, you can negotiate a monthly payment amount that fits your budget by completing Form 433-F and working with the IRS employee assigned to your case. However, you’ll need to show that your financial situation justifies a payment below the typical IRS standards.

What is the Difference Between a 433 A, B and F?

IRS 433 Forms

  IRS Forms 433-A, 433-B, and 433-F – An Overview The IRS has three information collection statement forms namely IRS Form 433A, IRS Form 433B, and IRS Form 433F. Their basic function is to relay to the IRS your financial assortments in a structure of the IRS’s choosing. That way the IRS is able to… Read more »