Back Tax Resolution

I don’t have all my tax records. How do I file back tax returns?

Don’t let the lack of W-2’s and other records stop you from filing your back tax returns. Submitting tax returns late is always better than not filing at all. Since the IRS has all your reported income records, we can start by requesting a Wage and Income Transcript. This will get us started preparing your returns. Once we have your IRS transcripts we can start the process of completing your returns. We’ll help you find the proper documents to finish the job. We know what you need and how to get it. Call us today 800-518-8964 and get the process going.

File Your Back Tax Returns ASAP.

The IRS wants you to file your back tax returns. They have records of all the reported income on your social security number by W-2’s, 1099’s, interest income etc. They will require you to file back tax returns and get current before they will consider any other relief or penalty abatement. If the IRS doesn’t receive a return from you, they will usually file one for you based on the records they have. These are a Substitute for Return, 6020(b) return, or Arbitrary Assessment. The IRS will not consider any deductions, credits, or even your filing status, so their version of your return can be very inaccurate and can often result in you owing more taxes than you should. They assume have no deductions or credits and they will pick the highest tax rate possible for you. Not only will they charge you the highest rate, but they will also start charging interest and penalties based on that high rate. So it is important that you get all your back tax returns filed as soon as possible. Even if you can’t pay all the taxes due, you need to at least send them all your unfiled returns.

I Owe Back Taxes and Can’t Pay Them.

Even if you owe taxes and can’t pay them all now, you should still file all your delinquent tax returns. Not only will it help save you money in penalties and interest, but it can save you from other unpleasant things the IRS can do to you. Having all your back tax returns properly filed is the first step in making things right with the IRS. Once your returns are in order we can address your ability to pay any taxes due. We can also help you negotiate back tax resolution and any penalties and interest you may have been charged. You can finally resolve your tax issues and be fully settled with the IRS.

Back Tax Resolution. Call Us Today. 800-518-8964

To have your back tax returns prepared by a certified public accounted you have many choices. But if you want your business or personal taxes prepared by an accounting firm that understands how to avoid audits, defend against audits, minimize your back tax liabilities and help you avoid future problems with the IRS then Tax Champions is for you. Walter Wotman and the Tax Champions team are qualified, expert tax professionals offering a full range of accounting services including filing back tax returns, audit representation and tax settlement relief for individuals and companies large and small.

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Article Name : Back Tax Resolution
 
Description : Even if you owe taxes and can't pay them all now, you should still file all your delinquent tax returns. Not only will it help save you money in penalties and interest, but it can save you from other unpleasant things the IRS can do to you.
 
Author : Walter Wotman
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