Offer in Compromise

Offer in Compromise

Definition

A mechanism established in § 7122 of the Internal Revenue Code that allows the Internal Revenue Service to accept an offer to settle a taxpayer’s tax liability for less than the full assessed liability under certain conditions, for example, if the taxpayer has little prospect of being able to pay in full.

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