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Appeal a rejected OFFER IN COMPROMISE (OIC) - Online Self-Help Tool (START)
My OIC was rejected. Should I request an appeal?
This online self-help tool is designed to assist you in deciding whether to request an appeal for a rejected OIC.
Before you begin...
This tool is for you if the following statements apply:
If this tool does not fit your needs, consult the requesting an OIC appeal overview, to learn more about Form 433-A, Collection Information Statement for Wage Earners and Self-Employed Individuals, the IET and AET worksheets, required attachments and financial standards.
Refer to Preparing a Request for Appeal if you only need information on how to submit a request for an appeal.
Have the following documentation handy when using this tool:
Note: Throughout the self-help tool, where a Form 433-A or 433-B is mentioned, the Form 433-A (OIC) and 433-B (OIC) may also be used.
Remember you have 30 days from the date of the rejection letter to file your request for an appeal. If you request an appeal and are not able to reach an agreement with the Officer of Appeals, you may be eligible for consideration of post-Appeals mediation under Announcement 2011-6.
Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 08-Feb-2013