Negotiating With The IRS - What Are Your Options?

Webinar: ID# 1023083
Recorded CD
About This Course:
Many practitioners have clients who are unable to pay current or prior year tax liabilities when those liabilities are due. These practitioners may not be familiar with the options that are available to their clients to pay some or all of these liabilities over time.

This webinar will provide practitioners with several options available for negotiating payment arrangements with the Internal Revenue Service on behalf of their clients. We will explain the forms and financial information that is required to be filed with the Internal Revenue Service under each payment option and will also discuss how the Internal Revenue Service determines what an acceptable payment offer is.


Options If the Taxpayer Owes Money to the IRS
  • Installment Agreement
  • Offer in Compromise Agreement
  • Bankruptcy
Installment Agreements
  • Automatic Agreements
  • Nonautomatic Agreements
  • How to Request an Installment Agreement
  • Required Financial Statements
Offer in Compromise
  • How to Request an Offer in Compromise
  • Required Financial Statements
Internal Revenue Service Review of Submission
  • National Standards Used
  • Calculation of Minimum Offer Amount
About The Presenter

Jolaine L. Hill, CPA
  • Director in Katz, Sapper and Miller’s Tax Department
  • Member of the firm’s Construction Service Group, whose emphasis is on construction contractors
  • Conducts seminars and workshops on the construction industry
  • Writes articles related to the construction industry
  • Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Indiana CPA Society and Accounting and Financial Women’s Alliance
  • Graduate, with honors and distinction, Indiana University
Negotiating With The IRS - What Are Your Options?
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