Michael Rozbruch, founder and CEO of Tax Resolutions Services, Co. (TRS), a leading tax mediation and negotiation firm, suggests four strategies to avoid and resolve IRS problems before they multiply.
* File a return on time even if you do not have the money to pay the tax bill. This eliminates the hefty 25 percent failure-to-file penalty. Filing for an extension will only grant you more time to file and is not an extension for paying taxes owed. Make a good-faith effort by paying even a minimum amount.
* Take care of any unfiled tax returns and/or tax debt now – or get expert IRS help - before the New Year. Unpaid back taxes, penalties, and interest can mount up quickly, usually doubling the amount owed every six years, so seek the advice of a seasoned Certified Tax Resolution Specialist or tax attorney who can help mediate a deal with the IRS for qualifying taxpayers.
* Ditto for business owners with any delinquent payroll tax deposits or unpaid employment taxes, to avoid the IRS levying funds and taking control of the business.
* Know your rights as a taxpayer. Or consult with a tax relief professional who can be your best advocate before the IRS.
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