A Real Case in Which an Offer Aged into Acceptance

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Caleb’s excellent series on the provision that causes offers to age into acceptance has resulted in the receipt of an actual offer acceptance letter based on the IRS failure to accept or reject an offer with 24 months of submission. With permission from Abe Warshenbrot, we are attaching the correspondence he sent to the offer unit requesting it grant his client’s offer based on the passage of time and the offer acceptance letter he received. His letter might serve as a model for anyone in this situation. The letter from the IRS proves that at least once in the pass couple decades someone has benefited from this provision.

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