Ebook + Print Edition: Insider's Guide to IRS Offers-in-Compromises
Want to really understand IRS Offers-in-Compromise? Have you ever worked through them and wish someone could answer all your questions? Well here it is, the perfect guide to do just that! In this guide, Attorney Eric Green pulled the top 100 questions from his popular workshops and answered them all.
You may already be doing Offers-in-Compromise or just starting on your first case. This guide will walk you through the Offer-in-Compromise program, give you a step-by-step workflow approach to Offers, answer the top 100 questions posed on Offers-in-Compromise to eric, and provides you with 75 pages of exhibits, checklists and sample letters you can use right in your own practice.
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This book includes:
- An Overview of the Offer-in-Compromise program
- A step-by-step workflow approach to Offers for you to follow
- New Collection Client: The Checklist
- IRS Abbreviations Cheat Sheet
- The top 100 Offer-in-Compromise questions, all answered with citations
- 75 pages of exhibits, including sample cover letters and appeals letters you can use right in your own practice
- Table of Contents
About this Guide
- The IRS Offer-in-Compromise Program: An Overview
- The Offer-in-Compromise Process
- Q&A Part I: Consultations, Fees and Professionals
- Q&A Part II: Tax Returns
- Q&A Part III: Estimated Tax Payments
- Q&A Part IV: Offer Basics
- Q&A Part V: Things to Consider Before Your File the Offer
- Q&A Part VI: Calculating Reasonable Collection Potential (“RCP”)
- Q&A Part VII: Assets
- Q&A Part VIII: Income
- Q&A Part IX: Expenses
- Q&A Part X: Preparing The Offer to Submit to the IRS
- Part XI: After an Offer is Submitted
About the Author
Attorney Eric L. Green is a nationally recognized Tax Attorney whose talks have educated thousands of tax practitioners. He is a partner in the law firm Green & Sklarz LLC based in Connecticut and the founder of TaxRep LLC, an online member-driven organization of IRS tax representation professionals.
His law practice is focused on civil and criminal taxpayer representation before the IRS, Department of Justice Tax Division, Connecticut Department of Revenue Services, New York Department of Revenue and Massachusetts Department of Revenue.
Eric is a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel, an organization in which membership is an honor reserved for those at the top of their chosen profession. A frequent lecturer and author of two books and hundreds of articles, Eric is often quoted in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, CreditCard.com and Consumer Reports Financial News.
The Tax Rep LLC is an online member-driven organization whose mission is to enhance all of its members IRS representation practices by sharing experiences, representation techniques and marketing strategies with each other.