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Offer in Compromise CPA offers tips for 2014 IRS Form 656 | Back Taxes

Gary Bode, CPA: Form 656, Offer in Compromise, can still be an effective way to settle your back tax bill with the IRS. For a free initial phone consult, call us at 399-2705.

Form 656 or Form 656-L, Offer in Compromise, is the most widely known IRS back tax settlement technique. This is the . . . → Read More: Offer in Compromise CPA offers tips for 2014 IRS Form 656 | Back Taxes

Offer in Compromise CPA discusses IRS Form 433-B and Form 656

Gary Bode, CPA: If you’re a company, Form 433-B is required to submit an Offer in Compromise. If you’d like a free initial phone consult, please call 399-2705.

Offer in Compromise CPAs prepare Form 433-B, Collection Information Statement for Businesses, for Corporations, Partnerships and LLCs as an attachment to IRS Form 656.

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Wilmington NC CPA discusses IRS Form 656, IRS Form 433-A and IRS Form 433-B | Offer in Compromise

Gary Bode, CPA: if you find yourself needing help with an Offer in Compromise, consider calling us for a free initial phone consult at 399-2705.

An Offer in Compromise, submitted on Form 656, is the infamous “pennies on the dollar” technique for reducing the amount of money the IRS will accept, for back taxes, . . . → Read More: Wilmington NC CPA discusses IRS Form 656, IRS Form 433-A and IRS Form 433-B | Offer in Compromise