what is an oic: Richardson TX - Doubt as to Liability OIC when you don't owe the tax! - 07/20/19 11:46 AM
When most of us think of an Offer-In-Compromise (OIC), we think about where a Taxpayer owes and agrees that they owe an amount to the government, are unable to pay, and qualify to settle the debt with the government using an OICfor less than the full amount. This is the typical example of an OIC.
 
However, there are three types of Offers-In-Compromise:
Doubt as to Collectability (the most frequent OIC referenced above), Doubt as to Liability, and Effective Tax Administration  
Today we’ll discuss Doubt as to Liability and when we would use that option to deal with a tax issue. With Doubt … (0 comments)

 
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