IRS Representation in Las Vegas for an Offer in Compromise

An offer in compromise (OIC) allows a settlement of tax debt. We can help you solve a tax problem you have with the IRS or other tax agencies.

The collection area is complex and includes many stumbling blocks. Additionally, this area is relatively unknown by most attorneys and CPAs. As an example, a bankruptcy or an offer in compromise that is filed at the wrong time will not only fail to solve the tax problem but will extend the period of time that the IRS can pursue you and your company for tax collection.

That is why you should seek the advice of experts who have accounting experience in this area like McNair CPA accounting firm in Las Vegas, NV.  Our team of tax professionals has many years of experience that can be called upon, as needed, in developing and guiding you to implement your strategy.

How it works

Step One

Contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of our experts.

Step Two

We will contact the IRS to put the collection proceedings on hold.

Step Three

Multiple options will be presented, such as a discounted settlement or payment arrangement.

Step Four

We will continue to negotiate for a settlement with the IRS until you are happy.

Step Five

You can finally sleep at night knowing your tax issue has been resolved.

Experienced CPAs by your side

Our team is comprised of professional CPAs who have many years of combined experience dealing with the IRS and solving tax and financial problems. Our approach to solving your tax problems will be to gather all pertinent facts, apply our knowledge of IRS audit and/or collection rules and tax law, and develop an individually tailored strategy for you.

We do this because the facts in your particular case are unique and must be studied in order to get the best result. There are no canned solutions. We will then discuss our proposed strategy with you and, once you approve, implement the strategy.


Never deal with the IRS again

Once you engage us to represent you, you will no longer have to talk to or meet with representatives of the IRS. We do. We deal with the IRS on a regular basis and, as a result, we know the rules and are efficient and qualified to provide these services.