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Does an applicant have to submit any additional documentation with the Offer in Compromise form?

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Does an applicant have to submit any additional documentation with the Offer in Compromise form?

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Yes. An applicant also must submit all state and federal tax returns for the past two (2) years, including all schedules and attachments. If the applicant has submitted an offer-in-compromise application to the Internal Revenue Service within the past five (5) years, the applicant must also submit a copy of that application, including form 433-A and/or form 433-B and/or any other attachments to the Internal Revenue Service application, and the notification of acceptance/rejection if received from the Internal Revenue Service. Finally, the applicant must also obtain and include his or her own credit report in order for the application to be processed. Credit reports can be obtained at www.annualcreditreport.com. If the applicant has already obtained a credit report within one year of the date of the filing the Offer-in-Compromise, this may be provided. However, credit reports that were obtained more than one year before the filing of the Offer-in-Compromise application are not acceptabl

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