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Choosing Domain Names For Tax Breaks

Author : Jessica Moorhill


People and businesses with tax problems are on the rise because off the recent recession and more are still to come because economic recession is and hopefully not always, will be a part of any economy. The government fortunately recognizes that situations arise wherein the capacity of an individual or business to pay their tax dues can suddenly drop or decline like what happens during recessions. The IRS and the treasury department offer an option called an OIC or offer in compromise.
An offer in compromise is an agreement between a business or individual and the government wherein the business or individual can settle their unpaid taxes for a much smaller amount. The persons have to prove that they are incapable or for the long run will be incapable of paying their back taxes in the time frame provided by the Internal Revenue Service. There are many law firms that specialize in this service and are now vying for the thousands or millions of potential clients available. The internet is the fastest avenue towards getting these customers and these firms need to catch up with catchy, easy-to-use-and remember domain names to get the online attention they need.
People sometimes assume domain names Instead of making use of search engines because sometimes, it's faster to guess a domain name rather than test each link in the hundreds of pages of results. Like any other business seeking to go online, law firms or OIC service contractors need to choose the right domain name to get as many customers as possible.
In choosing a domain name, OIC service providers need to:
? Provide catchy and easy to remember words in the domain name. Words like 'quick-oic.com' is not only catchy and simple, it also signifies a provider that can quickly solve the problem.
? Avoid long domain names. A domain name like 'weprovideofferincompromiseforyou.com' may put a strain on the customer, the keyboard and the browser's address bar. Long domain names are not easy to remember and are prone to spelling errors.
? The domain name should be unique and still available. Domains names are big business and many businesses are after the same thing and the domain name you thought off many no longer be available. A simple adding or removal off a dash can remedy the situation. A domain name like 'oicmontana.com' is comparable to 'oic-montana.com'.


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