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Subject: IRS Debt Liens & IRS Debt Collection Date: 7/8/2000 11:06 AM
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Re my homework assignment:

Maybe I will get all the info to you eventually, TMFExRO. My hubby helped me gather things together & tried to help me understand his actions in dealing with the IRS. Here are a few more dates to add:

3/28/90 - He sent a letter to IRS to withdraw an earlier offer in compromise. We don't have any copies of the earlier paperwork (it was before he met me to file his papers for him).

2/1/93 - Form 656 Offer in Compromise stamped as received by IRS for TY '84, '85, & '86.
2/11/93 - IRS sent Form 9297 to correct the 656 to add TY '87.
2/19/93 - Corrected Form 656 mailed to IRS.

In discussions concerning the offer in compromise vs. an installment agreement, he was told by IRS to withdraw the offer in compromise & do the installment agreement.

5/18/93 - Form 433-D Installment Agreement signed for $25/mo.

6/28/93 - Received a ltr from IRS that the Offer in Compromise was considered withdrawn as of 5/12/93.

4/20/94 - Form 433-D Installment Agreement signed for $100/mo. for tax periods 8412, 8512, 8612, 8712.

I delegated my second homework assignment to my hubby. He has the chore of calling IRS to discuss the 5-year limit on payments with them.

Many thanx for your help!!
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