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CAUTION: There are many providers of Tax Services on the internet who will submit your Offer in Compromise forms, and  financial statement forms with schedules. However, they merely have you complete the forms. They have done nothing for you. In fact, they may end up costing you more because critical review and analysis has not been done by an experienced tax attorney.  Some "tax mills" refuse to even allow you to speak directly with the "tax professional" who is actually representing you before the IRS. They claim it is administrative cost savings. 

When completing the financial statement forms, whether making an Offer in Compromise, installment payment proposal, or claim of undue hardship, you are painting a financial picture that will be an important factor in determining the outcome of your case.

Unless your representative has the necessary skills and experience, and you can speak to the representative working your case and ask questions, you may have paid a small fee, only to suffer unnecessary financial hardship. Your professional must have experience in: calculating your income and expenses; determining the amount of the offer or installment payments; analyzing your income and expenses;  reviewing joint ownership considerations; working with the tax law and IRS internal procedures; arguing the facts and the law, and negotiating with the IRS. 

The IRS has a history of intimidation, and let's face it, they will take advantage of any taxpayer who represents himself, and even a taxpayer's advocate who is weak. Remember, IRS Offer Specialists generally have "collection" backgrounds and they come at you from the perspective of getting as much money as they can.

In the end analysis, you should measure the benefits you derive from the final result. For a taxpayer to engage someone who merely mails in your Offer forms for a $300.00 fee, what at first blush looked like "such a deal", may in reality end up costing you many thousands of dollars more because you didn't choose a tax professional who would negotiate the best settlement for you.

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