Offer in Compromise

This course explains what an offer in compromise (OIC) is and also explains the settlements the IRS applies. It details the conditions to qualify for an OIC such as the tax returns the taxpayer must have filed, the required estimated tax payments for the current year, and the required federal tax deposits for the current quarter if the taxpayer is a business owner with employees. It also covers the cases in which the IRS won’t accept an OIC, since generally, a taxpayer won’t qualify for an OIC in most cases if the taxpayer can fully pay the liabilities through an installment agreement or other means.

Jeffrey A. Schneider

EA, CTRS, ACT-E, NTPI Fellow

Live Webinar

2H CE

$60

Summary

An Reporting Agent has the authorization to keep his clients payroll. Through Form 8655, the client authorizes the Reporting Agent to prepare Forms W-2, send Forms 940 and 941 to the IRS, as well as make deposits on behalf of the company and receive any information from the IRS related to payroll.

Objective

Offer in compromise

  • Live Webinar

  • Digital Platform

  • 2H CE

  • Included in VIP and VIP Black Memberships

$60

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