Charlie Sheen owes the IRS. For tax year 2015 the IRS said Sheen owed nearly $5 million. Sheen claimed he could not pay the full amount. He sought an installment agreement, then an offer-in-compromise. The IRS denied both.
So, in 2018 Sheen took his case to the United States Tax Court. While the case was pending, the IRS claimed Sheen owed additional monies for 2016 and 2018. Sheen combined all the cases and offered $3.1 million to settle the matter. The IRS calculated he could pay 3 or 4 times that amount. The Tax Court agreed with the IRS.
Attorney Steven A. Leahy reviews this case as only a Tax Attorney who helps taxpayers with IRS collection cases can.