Are you behind on filing your tax returns?
The IRS regards taxpayers who do not file income tax returns and do not pay income tax as a serious threat to tax administration and to our economy as a whole. Their method for combating the problem of non-filing is threefold: outreach, education, and enforcement of the tax laws.
Unfortunately, there are some who do not respond to outreach efforts and simply refuse to comply with the law. IRS Criminal Investigation devotes its investigative resources to those who deliberately ignore their obligation to file and pay their taxes. In the most arrant cases, the United States Attorney’s office may pursue criminal prosecution.
If you’ve failed to file past returns, you should seek the assistance of a tax professional. To avoid civil and/or criminal charges, you must file your tax return, even if you file late or cannot pay the taxes you owe.
Taxation Solutions, Inc. can help you organize your tax documents and get back in compliance with the law. Working with the IRS to minimize your penalties is a complicated process, and you deserve an advocate – someone on your side with expertise and experience who will help you navigate these complex procedures.