"According to IRS I owed IRS over $82k, Advance Tax Relief was very helpful and gave me the sense of relief that I will get pass this and I did. We Settled for $2500" - J Morris
“They were there with me from the beginning until the end, and I would definitely, definitely recommend family and friends to Advance Tax Relief. - W Linda
“If you’re in serious tax debt, I recommend these guys completely, 100 percent. It’s not a scam, it’s not fake, it’s real. They will really take care of you.” - A. Ortiz
“Noah thanks again so much for going the extra mile on my case I was really worried about how I was going to finally get my taxes in order, there was some pressing issues I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to get handled, Advance Tax Relief really came through for me” - B. Johnson
Give us a call today (800)790-8574 or fill out the contact form
ADVANCE TAX RELIEF LLC
BBB Accredited Business
UN-FILED TAX RETURNS
Every year over 15 million income generating households do not file a Federal tax return. In the majority of cases, these individuals do not have to file. Whether you have to file depends largely on your income, your filing status and your age. In most cases, income is the determining factor. If you were self-employed and make $400 or more in 2009 or in the relative past you will need to file a tax return. If you are a W-2 Employee (you work for someone else), the income threshold changes each year. Therefore, if you are wondering whether you needed to file, you should look at the minimum income filing requirement for your age and filing status for that given year which is typically explained in the yearly 1040 instructions provided by the IRS. In regards, to state taxes, you should visit your local state’s income tax revenue website in order to find filing requirements as each state will be different.Consequences of Unfiled or Delinquent IRS or State Tax Returns
If you fail to file a Federal tax return (when you are required to) or you have unfiled tax returns you can face penalties, interest, and other actions by the IRS that can be quite stiff and financially debilitating. With regards to State tax consequences, each state is different but there are some commonalities with regards to collection actions. Tax liens, tax levies, and penalties are utilized by states as well. Read more on the consequences of failing to file a tax return and why it is in your best interests to do so.
How to File Unfiled IRS or Old State Tax Returns
If you realize you want to be proactive and avoid potential penalties and interest, there are a few guidelines you can follow in order to file any unfiled tax returns. If the IRS has completed a return for you (substitute tax return or SFR) and sent it to your last known address asking you to sign and return it, do not — instead file a tax return and send it to the IRS.
IRS Failure to File Penalty: Penalties for Not Filing a Tax Return
The standard IRS failure to file penalty is 5% a month and will max out at 25% of the total tax liability. Understand how this penalty is calculated. About 33% of all failure to file penalties can be eliminated with a “reasonable cause”, know if you qualify to have your penalties eliminated.
Unfiled IRS Tax Return Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
The IRS tax code is not only complicated but long and ever growing. Filing your taxes has become nearly impossible without the assistance of a tax software program or a tax preparer. Find out answers to commonly asked questions about filing tax returns, including un-filed IRS tax returns.
Unfiled IRS Tax Returns
Call our friendly and knowledgeable tax relief agents at (800) 790-8574.
GET A FREE CONSULTATION AND A QUOTE.
Copyright © ADVANCE TAX RELIEF LLC. All Rights Reserved.