McFarlane Law

A Tax Law Firm - 480.991.0032

Can’t Pay Your Tax Liability? Is an Offer-in-Compromise Right for You?


There are certain tax problems that require the assistance of a tax attorney, and determining if an offer-in-compromise (OIC) can resolve your tax issues with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) is one of those cases.

So you owe taxes that you will not be able to pay in a reasonable period of time. Although despair sets-in, there is tax relief assistance. You should seek such assistance from an experienced tax attorney – don’t waste your time or money with non-lawyer national outfits claiming they can resolve your tax problems.

McFarlane Law – Your Tax Law Firm - Tel. 480.991.0032 – has over 30 years of experience handling tax matters and problems of all types and urgency. Seeking OIC relief can be complex. Negotiations are often required in which experience and knowledge produce an effective and efficient result.

If you owe taxes that you cannot possibly pay in your working life-time, contact McFarlane Law. We will provide you an overview of the IRS and ADOR Offer-in-Compromise programs. After discussing your facts and circumstances, Mr McFarlane will be able to provide an in-depth analysis of the different types of Offers and when to use each. He will discuss your expected payments based upon a computation of your financial statements and asset values to arrive at what the IRS terms, your “Reasonable Collection Potential.”

If you are in collection mode with the IRS and/or ADOR, you need to act to resolve the tax problem before collection action is taken and your options become limited.

McFARLANE LAW – A TAX LAW FIRM
T. 480.991.0032 / e: stephen@taxlawaz.com / www.taxlawaz.com

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