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Application Fee What is an offer in compromise user or application fee?

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Application Fee What is an offer in compromise user or application fee?

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• Federal agencies are authorized to establish charges for services provided by the agency, called “user fees”. • The U.S. Office of Management and Budget encourages agencies to implement these fees to recover the cost of providing special services to some recipients that others do not use. • The IRS has established a user fee that will recover part of the cost of processing and reviewing Offer In Compromise requests. • The IRS has chosen to call it an “application fee” because the fee is required when an Offer In Compromise application is submitted for consideration.

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Federal agencies are authorized to establish charges for services provided by the agency, called “user fees.” The U.S. Office of Management and Budget encourages agencies to implement these fees to recover the cost of providing special services to some recipients that others do not use. Accordingly, the IRS has established a user fee that will recover part of the cost of processing and reviewing offer in compromise requests. The IRS has chosen to call it an “application fee” because the fee is required when an OIC application is submitted for consideration.

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