Changes to the Internal Revenue Service's Offer in Comprise Program went into effect July 16 -- with the most noticeable difference being that taxpayers who submit lump sum offers to the agency must now make a 20 percent nonrefundable, up-front payment to the IRS.
Another change is that an OIC application is deemed accepted if the IRS fails to act upon it within two years.
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