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Are all obligations to the State of Ohio eligible for the Offer in Compromise program?

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Are all obligations to the State of Ohio eligible for the Offer in Compromise program?

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No. Only claims submitted to the Attorney General for collection are eligible for the Offer-in-Compromise program. If, however, a business or individual has numerous liabilities to the State of Ohio, all liabilities are subject to the Offer-in-Compromise program as long as at least one has been certified to the Attorney General. However, please note the Bureau of Workers Compensation and Department of Jobs and Family Services are generally unable to compromise debts due to unpaid premiums or contributions for ongoing businesses.

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