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The IRS has identified many individual and business taxpayers who fail to file income tax returns (1040 for individuals and 1120 for corporations) and employment tax returns (940 and 941) and these taxpayers have effectively stopped paying federal taxes as a serious matter to the US tax administration and the American economy as a whole. The IRS is actively pursuing non-filers owing back taxes with aggressive enforcement of the tax laws by issuing record numbers of tax levies and tax liens.
Floridian taxpayers who do not respond to the IRS notices or simply refuse to comply with the tax laws end up being levied through their paychecks and bank accounts. For those individuals, who deliberately fail to comply with their tax obligation to file the required tax returns and pay the back taxes due and owing, that IRS Criminal Investigation devotes its investigative resources. In the most criminal cases, criminal prosecution is recommended to the United States Attorney’s office.
If you have not filed your past returns, you might need professional tax help. To avoid criminal charges and/or to add to the civil charges, it is important to file your unfiled tax returns even if it is late or you cannot pay the back taxes owed.
Our firm can assist you in getting compliant and resolving your back tax debt and help you organize your tax documents and getting you back in compliance with the law. Our job is to work with the IRS to reach a reasonable resolution. Back tax debt resulting from unfiled returns is a complicated process and you need a tax relief professional on your side that has the special expertise to resolve your tax matters once and for all.
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TIGTA Audit concludes that IRS does not properly respond to taxpayer correspondence [Audit Report No. 2011-40-058]: IRS does not adhere to its self-imposed policy of providing quality and timely responses to taxpayers’ correspondence regarding tax issues, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) said in a recent audit. As described in the audit, the agency’s policy, which is contained in Policy Statement P-6-12, is to respond to a taxpayer within 30 calendar days or provide an update on the status of the response. The audit found that while most responses to tax issue inquiries were accurate, the timeliness of most responses was inadequate. Interim letters are often mailed when the 30-day deadline cannot be met, the audit noted. “However, none of the systemically issued interim letters provide taxpayers with any information specific to their accounts, and the content is not clear regarding what taxpayers need to do,” TIGTA said. The results of the audit were based on two statistical samples and one judgmental sample from three IRS functions. According to the audit, of 73 correspondence cases sampled from the Accounts Management function, just 14 taxpayers (or 19%) received timely and accurate responses. In the review of 48 correspondence cases sampled in the Automated Underreporter Program, every taxpayer received an accurate response, but only 27 (or 56%) received a timely response. In the third sample of 73 correspondence cases from the Field Assistance Office, just six taxpayers (or 8%) received timely and accurate responses. Auditors also found that required interim letters were not always issued. “Finally, the IRS is not following Policy Statement P-6-12 guidelines and has not implemented any measures or processes to monitor and evaluate Policy Statement P-6-12 correspondence to ensure taxpayers receive timely responses to their correspondence,” TIGTA said. The audit is available at http://www.treasury.gov/tigta/auditreports/2011reports/201140058fr.pdf.
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