Unfiled Tax Returns in Palm Beach County
Resolving Issues & Avoiding Penalties
Many people fail to file a return with the IRS because they are unable to pay the taxes that they owe. While you may not be contacted by the IRS for a year or two after failing to file a return, it will eventually catch up to you. Failing to file a tax return could result in unwanted criminal penalties.
These penalties can include:
- Large fines
- Wage garnishment
- Prison sentences
Options to Avoid Criminal Penalties
There are many options that are available to you in the event that you cannot pay past due taxes. As much as the IRS will pressure and intimidate you, it's important for you to know that there are ways out, and with the help of a qualified professional, they can be relatively painless.
With a knowledgeable attorney, the following options may be available to you:
- Installment Agreements
- Declaring your assets "Currently Not Collectible"
- Innocent Spouse Relief
- Offer in Compromise
- Penalty and Interest Abatement
Each of these offer organized relief, and ff you have an unfiled return, a Palm Beach County tax lawyer should be retained to go over all of your options to take effective action before the IRS contacts you.
Help from a Former IRS Agent
Mr. Miller can comprehensively review your tax situation with the purpose of coming to a positive tax resolution in your case. He has over two decades of experience, and as a former IRS agent, has a comprehensive view of how tax laws work. He is a highly regarded tax attorney and has an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell. An inexperienced attorney may guide you in a wrong direction, and the result could be damaging to your future financial security.
Contact a Palm Beach County tax attorney if you have an unfiled tax return and are unsure of what to do to resolve the matter.