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Do I need an Arizona IRS Tax Attorney to file back tax returns?

No, filing delinquent tax returns is not a legal matter and shouldn’t require hiring an Arizona IRS Tax Attorney.  However, you should be aware of some of the negative consequences of filing late returns:

  • After three years past the due date, if you have a refund, it is lost and cannot be applied towards any balances due.
  • The IRS has a 10 year statute of limitations in which to collect on assessed taxes.  However, the statute does not start until your returns have been filed and assessed.
  • If you refuse to file back tax returns there can be legal consequences—but even an AZ IRS Tax Attorney is not going to be able to get the IRS to agree to not filing a back tax return.
  • If you have not filed for a few years the IRS will file a Substitute for Return (SFR) which is prepared in the most negative way possible.  If this has already occurred, it can be corrected by filing a correct return at the Service Center that prepared the SFR.
  • The longer you wait to file a delinquent return the more penalties and interest will be added to the tax due.  If you have a refund, there will be no penalties or interest added.
  • You cannot qualify for any IRS settlement programs until you are in compliance with filing all of your back tax returns.

Scott Allen E.A. can be reached for a free consultation to discuss filing your back tax returns at 480-926-9300.  Scott has filed many SFR protests that have reduced the tax liability as well as the interest and penalties.

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Tax Attorney in Tempe AZ to Help with my IRS Payroll Taxes?

No, your payroll taxes are not a legal matter and does not necessarily require a Tempe AZ IRS Tax Attorney.  If you are self-employed and have employees, you are required to make certain withholdings of a portion of wages and pay those to the government along with your portion as well.  These withholdings include federal income taxes, Social Security and Medicare taxes and in some states, there is city as well as state taxes that need to be withheld.

Social Security and Medicare taxes are withheld from every employee paycheck. You as the employer are required to match these amounts up to certain limits.  If you do not pay these taxes in on time there are severe penalties.  Failure to make these tax payments can cause the IRS to eventually close down your business.  If you have not paid in your payroll taxes or paid them in late, you definitely need at least a consultation with a seasoned IRS payroll tax professional.  Scott Allen E.A. is qualified to help you work out a payment plan with the IRS that will not burden your business operations.  He is available for a free consultation at 480-926-9300.  Please consider him as a second opinion over a Tempe Arizona IRS Tax Attorney.

Thank you.

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The IRS Has Levied My Bank Account! I need a Scottsdale AZ Tax Attorney?

No, this is not a legal matter and usually does not need a Scottsdale IRS Tax Attorney.  When the IRS has levied your bank account, it is because you have ignored collection letters.  The first step to removing the IRS levy is to file any back tax returns.  Then the IRS will consider you in compliance with your tax filings.  The second step is to work out a settlement with the IRS.  Once you have a settlement in place, the IRS will release the levy on the bank account.  However, unless you can prove hardship, the IRS will keep the funds they have levied.

Scott Allen E.A. is able to quickly prepare and file delinquent tax returns and explain the best way to settle your tax debt.  There are several options available to settle past tax debt.  Call Scott Allen E.A. to schedule a free consultation at 480-926-9300.  His experience and expertise is with preparing honest aggressive tax returns and negotiating IRS settlements.  Can you IRS Tax Attorney in Scottsdale say that about his practice?

 

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Do I Need a Phoenix AZ IRS Tax Attorney When I Get a Final Notice of Intent to Levy?

No, this is not a legal matter and does not require the attention of a IRS Tax Attorney in Phoenix Arizona .  You have 30 days to enter into a settlement or file IRS Form 12153 to request a Collection Due Process hearing.  In most cases you will want to determine your best way to settle your tax debt and then if it is not resolvable in a reasonable manner, then file IRS Form 12153.

Scott Allen E.A. has prevented hundreds of “Final Notices” from going to the point of levying taxpayer’s property, including pay checks and bank accounts.  Scott knows all the settlement options that will apply to your particular tax matter.  Scott Allen E. A. is available for a free consultation at 480-926-9300.  Call today to prevent the IRS from taking actions that are more difficult to correct later.  Make sure the IRS representative you choose reviews all options available before making a decision.  Scott Allen E.A. vs. Phoenix AZ IRS Tax Attorney:  What decision will be best for you?

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