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Offer In Compromise Pre-Qualifier                                                        Print
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In determining your proposed offer amount, the total available equity is based on information you entered and adjustments allowed by IRS. Allowable monthly expenses are based on the information you entered, as well as any adjustments to those expenses in accordance with the IRS collection financial standards .
 Tax debt:$0 
 Total available equity: $0
 Monthly income:$0      
 Allowable monthly expenses:$0
 Total remaining income:$0 
Select Your Option
You have reported expenses of $0, and we have allowed expenses of $0. Your disposable income has been calculated as $0.
You may be eligible for an offer in compromise if you submit one of the following offers.
 Option 1:Pay $0 within five months
 Option 2: Pay $0 over a 6-24 month period
    
These are your estimated payment options based on the information you provided. Enter one of these options in your official Offer in Compromise .

Prepare Your Offer in Compromise

Review the OIC Booklet, complete the required forms (Form 656 / Form 433-A (OIC)) and submit an offer for consideration that is consistent with your ability to pay. The amount offered must be more than zero. We make our final decision based on your completed paperwork and our associated investigation.

Consider Exceptional Circumstances

If you believe you have exceptional circumstances that would justify repayment of an amount less than the offer amount shown above, file an OIC so we have a full description of your circumstances. We make our final decision based on your completed paperwork and our associated investigation. Once completed, you can discuss your situation with us.

 
More Information
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Find all you need
to consider in the Offer in Compromise Booklet, Form 656-B (PDF).