Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Warning -- Unfiled Tax Returns Is Big Trouble -- How to Get IRS Tax Relief from Back Taxes

HOW TO GET IRS TAX RELIEF

HAVE YOUR

UNFILED TAX RETURNS

PREPARED AND FILED

The IRS enforcement budget has reached $5.5 Billion (that's BILLION) . That means that more Americans who are struggling taxpayers will need to know their options for income tax relief and IRS help to resolve and settle their IRS problems. Taxpayers in financial trouble will need to avoid financially debilitating penalties and interest that will be added to their back tax debt.

If you owe the IRS back taxes or have several years of delinquent and unfiled tax returns, here are several tips to help get a fresh start and the IRS tax relief that you need.

YOU CAN RUN FROM THE IRS


BUT YOU CAN'T HIDE FROM THE IRS

THE IRS WILL FIND YOU




In 2008, the IRS collected $56.4 Billion which was $7.7 Billion more than the IRS collected in 2006. The IRS has been sent, by the Congress, another $12.2 Billion which resulted in the record enforcement budget of $5.5 Billion. The IRS has added collection staff and IRS agents. The IRS does not lack the resources to find you and bring you to your knees. The new IRS agents have been hired to crack down on the collection of back taxes and delinquent tax returns.

The Federal Government is broke (this is not a news flash). And so are the states. With the record Federal budget deficit (states also), you can expect the IRS to increase their audits and you should expect the IRS to increase, as well as, enhance their aggressive enforcement and collection tactics.

THERE IS GREAT NEWS


The "Great News" is that the sooner that you take care of your delinquent taxes, the less penalties and interest you will owe. This, on its surface, may not sound like much, but it is. 

If you have delinquent / unfiled tax returns, or owe the IRS back taxes, it is extremely important to figure out what the best IRS tax relief option will be. It is also vitally important to understand the process for resolving your IRS tax liability. You must have realistic expectations and know which IRS tax relief strategies will benefit you.

Tip #1 for IRS tax relief from back taxes or unfiled tax returns:

There is a solution to every IRS problem - If you have delinquent / unfiled tax returns, it is always better to file them. It doesn't matter if it's a couple of days or a couple of years, file your delinquent tax returns. Filing any and all delinquent tax returns can help you resolve your back tax problems as well as reduce the IRS penalties and interest that have been added to your tax liability. The longer that you put off filing your delinquent tax returns, the more serious that your IRS problems become. Your failure to file your delinquent tax returns makes you vulnerable to IRS collection tactics such as a levy on your wages, your bank account, your Social Security or seizure of other assets. The failure to file your delinquent tax returns may be construed by the IRS to be a criminal act, punishable by 1 year in jail and a $10,000 fine for every year not filed. We don't care what you have heard, you have the right to file an original tax return, regardless how late it may be filed. Whether you have 1 year to file, or 10 years to file or 20 years of tax returns to be filed (we have had clients with 20 years of filings to do), you now know that there is a solution to your problem.

Tip #2 for IRS Tax Relief for back taxes or unfiled tax returns:

Get IRS Tax Help to save yourself time and money - If you have more than $10,000 in back tax debt or have 2 or more years of delinquent / unfiled tax returns, it is important for you to hire an experienced Tax Attorney. An experienced IRS Tax Attorney can help you save money and time. An experienced IRS Tax Attorney can educate you on what needs to happen to resolve your IRS problems as as making sure that you do not pay 1 penny more than you should.

Tip #3 for IRS Tax Relief for back taxes or unfiled tax returns:

File your delinquent / unfiled tax returns before the IRS files them for you - If you do not file your tax returns, the IRS may file what is called a "Substitute for Return" or SFR. This is not a real tax return. It is an assessment so that the IRS can create a tax debt and then enforce collection. Enforce collection means the IRS has the legal authority to seize your paycheck, wages, Social Security, Social Security Disability (SSDI), Veteran's Pension and bank accounts. The IRS will prepare the Substitute for Return to be in the best interest of the government. This will almost always result in an overstatement of what the the taxpayer owes and the penalties to be added.

It is important to file your recent tax returns, as well as all of your delinquent / unfiled tax returns, as soon as possible so that you can declare what you truly owe. This will ultimately save you money as well as save you from further unpleasant IRS problems.

Tip #4 for IRS Tax Relief for back taxes and unfiled tax returns:

Make the IRS an Offer that the IRS can't refuse - If you are qualified and eligible for an IRS settlement through the expanded and improved Fresh Start Offer in Compromise program, you can save thousands and thousands in back back taxes, penalties and interest. Winning an IRS settlement negotiation is easier with an experienced IRS Tax Attorney than it is without one.

You may be eligible to be declared "Currently not Collectible." You may also be qualified to reduce your back tax debt through other IRS tax relief strategies. An experienced IRS Tax Attorney can help you to explore your IRS Tax Relief options.

Tip #5 for IRS Tax Relief for back taxes and unfiled tax returns:

Get on a Plan - If you cannot pay your back tax debt in full but you can potentially pay your tax liability over time, an Installment Agreement (payment plan) can be negotiated with the IRS. An experienced IRS Tax Attorney will aggressively negotiate an Installment Agreement for the lowest possible monthly payment and the options for making that payment. 

Once an IRS Installment Agreement is in place, all IRS collection activity will stop. The IRS will not enforce a Wage Levy, Bank Levy or other seizure methods. Interest and penalties will continue to be added during the Installment period. You must stay current in filing your tax returns.

Additionally, the IRS may file a Tax Lien as part of the Installment Agreement. You will be better served having an experienced IRS Tax Attorney negotiate an Installment Agreement.

Tip #6 for IRS Tax Relief for back taxes and unfiled tax returns:

Choose an IRS Tax Resolution company that doesn't have any complaints. Is the tax resolution company that you are considering Accredited by the Better Business Bureau? This can be checked easily via the Internet. Choose an IRS Tax Resolution company that has high standards as well as values.  Choose an IRS Tax Resolution company that has experienced IRS Tax Attorneys. Choose an IRS Tax Resolution company that will start working for you immediately. Choose an IRS Tax Resolution company that has affordable fees as well as a low initial fee and will allow you to make small monthly payments. 

  
I am Dave Rosa, the V.P. of Client Relations at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. I will be conducting your confidential consultation regarding your IRS problems. It is my duty to you, as well as Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc., to provide you with a straightforward and honest evaluation. At the time of the consultation you will be given an action plan to have your IRS problem resolve. After becoming our client, the IRS will be faxed a Power of Attorney at the time that we have the IRS on the phone. We will get a complete picture of your IRS problem and then we will take the actions necessary to enforce your rights. You will be in good hands.

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1 comment:

  1. If you have delinquent tax returns and have not filed your tax returns in awhile, you should consult with an experienced IRS Tax Attorney. It is never too late to file your delinquent tax returns.

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