In 2011 the IRS issued a new offer in compromise form. Taxpayers proposing compromises based upon doubt as to collectibility of effective tax administration must submit revised Form 656. Taxpayers proposing an offer based upon doubt as to liability must now submit Form 656-L and a narrative setting forth defenses to the liability. To comply with the new downpayment requirements taxpayers must submit Form 656-PPV with the required downpayment.
Robert E. McKenzie Quoted in Accounting Today on the Bankruptcy of Widely Advertised Tax Resolution Firms
“There are still lots of tax resolution services out there, but the three that filed for bankruptcy—TaxMasters, Roni Deutch and JK Harris—were the ones that engaged in heavy duty advertising on a national scale,” said Bob McKenzie, a tax partner at Arnstein & Lehr.
Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) Explanation of Section 6038D Temporary and Proposed Regulations Custom…