Legal Advice for “Settlement Offer” — 96 results
Written by attorney Scott Monge, 10 months ago. STAFF PICK
The best way to begin your Workers' Compensation claim is to understand what worker's compensation is, and how it impacts you in your situation. Understanding the foundation of what a... more
Written by attorney Stephen Pritchett, over 1 year ago.
In Texas, an offer of judgment is governed by Tex. Civ. Prac. Rem. Code 42.001-42.005 and Tex. R. Civ. P. 167 (consisting of seven parts, 167.1-167.7). The full text of the statutes and... more
Written by attorney Ari Good, over 1 year ago.
Continuing our series in tax resolution, we take a look the option of an Offer in Compromise. An offer in compromise (OIC) is an agreement between the IRS and you that settles your tax... more
Written by attorney Steven Leahy, about 1 year ago.
Partial Payment Agreements vs. Offers-in-CompromiseIt used to be the only way you could pay less to the IRS than that you owed was to get them to (somehow) accept an Offer-In-Compromise.But.... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.
The SEC Staff found that about half of the firms reviewed offered formal training programs to their day traders.78 Some of these programs were offered "in-house" and some were conducted by... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Fairbanks-Fletcher, about 1 year ago.
The IRS has expanded its Fresh Start initiative by offering more flexible terms to its Offer-in-Compromise Program. These newest rules enable some financially distressed taxpayers to clear... more
Written by attorney Steven Leahy, over 1 year ago.
Tax Payment Options Chicago: IRS Offer In Compromise
In looking for help with your IRS problem, you may have heard of a tax-relief strategy called an Offer in Compromise. It basically means... more
Written by attorney Nathan Carr, over 1 year ago.
This guide will assist taxpayers who owe back taxes to see if they might be a good candidate to settle tax debt via an Offer in Compromise Lump Sum Offer.
Written by attorney Rochelle Belnap, about 1 year ago.
If you are going to try to settle debts on your own there are 5 things you should consider first! This guide will tell you about the loose ends you may forget and explain why they matter.
Written by attorney Mark Campanella, over 1 year ago.
I think that this is pretty much a universal truth to which virtually all creditors and debtors would adhere: settling a debt for less than full value is preferable to filing bankruptcy, if... more
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