It is important to remember to submit a tax return on an annual basis and pay any outstanding tax debt you owe to the IRS. The IRS carefully monitors all incoming tax returns and failure to either submit a tax return or pay outstanding taxes can result in swift communication from the IRS. If ignored, this can quickly spiral out of your hands and you may find yourself under close scrutiny or have to pay California state tax penalty fees. To avoid this stress, why not contact Tax Defense Partners for a free consultation?
If you do not submit your annual tax return on time, every month you delay submitting your tax return, you will be subjected to a penalty of 5% of any outstanding taxes you owe. This goes up to a maximum of 25% (or 5 months). That can be a hefty fine after 5 months. If you submit your tax return but fail to pay the outstanding tax, then you will be fined 0.5% every month the taxes remain unpaid, and there is no limit on this – so it can go on for a long time. In addition, to this fine, the IRS will also charge an additional daily interest on the outstanding amounts, which equates to around 3-4% annually
At your initial consultation with Tax Defense Partners, we will help you take immediate control, advise, and help you. Typically, this is what we will need:
Whether you are an individual or a business taxpayer, once we have received all your financial information and letters from the IRS, we will be in a position to undertake a full investigation and start to mitigate on your behalf.
We will need to consider all the information, and only then we will be able to negotiate with the IRS. However, we have been successful in reducing the overall debt for many of our clients.
There are always other options available, so do not panic. The first step is to secure our services and then we will be able to negotiate on your behalf, so you can pay the lowest possible amount for tax debt repayment. Depending on your circumstances, you may be entitled to various tax relief options, or we may be able to agree to an installment plan that falls within your repayment capabilities.