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Penalty Relief

13Jun

Still Haven’t Filed Your Taxes?

By |June 13th, 2018|Categories: Installment Agreement, Penalty Relief, Tax Debt, Tax Penalties|

If you have been procrastinating about filing your 2017 tax return or have unfiled tax returns for prior years,  you need to consider the consequences, such as penalties, interest, and aggressive IRS collection actions.

20Oct

Don’t Incur Costly Tax Penalties

By |October 20th, 2017|Categories: Penalty Relief, Tax Penalties|

Many tax penalties are substantial and can significantly increase the amount you owe the IRS. Penalties can be assessed for various reasons, with some resulting from a taxpayer’s carelessness, overstatement of deductions, failing to report income, or procrastination.

11Jan

Remove IRS Penalties Using First Time Penalty Abatement

By |January 11th, 2017|Categories: Penalty Relief, Tax Resolution Strategy|

When you file your tax return late or pay late, the IRS charges you late filing and late payment penalties plus interest. If you fail to resolve your tax debt quickly, penalties and interest can easily grow to be a significant portion of the total amount owed to the IRS.

13Feb

IRS Appeal Results in Tax Penalty Abatement

By |February 13th, 2014|Categories: Penalty Relief|

Our Boca Raton office recently represented a taxpayer before the IRS Appeals Office seeking penalty relief and was successful in removing the penalty due to reasonable cause.

7Jun

If You Have Been Assessed A Penalty By The IRS You May Qualify For First-Time Penalty Relief

By |June 7th, 2013|Categories: Penalty Relief, Tax Tips|

The IRS allows taxpayers facing a first-time penalty to request penalty relief under the First Time Abate (FTA) policy.

8Mar

IRS Offers New Penalty Relief and Expanded Installment Agreements to Taxpayers under Expanded Fresh Start Initiative

By |March 8th, 2012|Categories: Penalty Relief|

The Internal Revenue Service today announced a major expansion of its “Fresh Start” initiative to help struggling taxpayers by taking steps to provide new penalty relief to the unemployed and making Installment Agreements available to more people.Under the new Fresh Start provisions, part of a broader effort started at the IRS in 2008, certain taxpayers who have been unemployed for 30 days or longer will be able to avoid failure-to-pay penalties. In addition, the IRS is doubling the dollar threshold for taxpayers eligible for Installment Agreements to help more people qualify for the program.

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