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File Back Tax Returns in Mesa

Can I still file back tax returns in Mesa?

The answer is most definitely yes. Scott Allen EA receives calls all the time with taxpayers asking, “is it possible to file back tax returns in Mesa?”  Just because you miss one year, three years, or eleven years of filing your taxes it doesn’t mean they wont let you file a current year tax return. Clients will also ask Scott Allen EA, “do you think the IRS forgot about me? I have not file a tax return in four years and I have not heard from them yet?”  Trust this one rule, the IRS may be slow and inefficient at what they do but they will never forget about you. Eventually time catches up and the IRS will force a taxpayer to file back tax returns in Mesa by either:

  • sending you a “lock-in” letter forcing you to withhold taxes from your current employer at the highest possible rate and unable to change it for three years
  • filings a substitute for return (SFR) in your behalf giving you a balance due on back taxes owed
  • filing a tax lien
  • bank levy
  • wage garnishment
  • assigning your case to a local IRS Revenue Officer

Scott Allen EA of Tax Debt Advisors, Inc that whether you have to file back tax returns in Mesa for two years, four years, or ten years is it always better to reach out to the IRS before they reach out. Because by doing do we can prevent them from doing any of those negative actions against you mentioned above. Once an IRS wage garnishment has been started 1) it is difficult to get it stopped and 2) it is difficult to correct the matter when the IRS is taking 30% of your paycheck. With Scott Allen EA as your IRS Power of Attorney he can represent you and put a hold to any collection activity before it ever begins. Then once that hold is placed on the account it will remain on hold as long as the commitments are met to get the taxpayer fully compliant.

What does it mean to be fully compliant?

In addition to file back tax returns in Mesa a taxpayer also needs to be sure they are having proper W2 withholdings with the federal and state or making monthly or quarterly estimated tax payments if they are self employed. The IRS needs to be certain that if they are going to work out a payment plan or offer in compromise settlement that you will not owe on next years taxes when it is due April 15th. Scott Allen EA will be there for you next year by sending you a reminder letter in January and a phone call in February to come in a get your current year taxes prepared, filed and paid on time.

Tax Debt Advisors, Inc has been in business since 1977 and Scott Allen EA bought the family business in 2011. Together they have settled over 100,000 IRS debts. Below is just one recent example of a successful case where Scott Allen EA was able to file back tax returns in Mesa and save Trevor $77,638 on his 2016 tax return. It was a hard case to get thru (especially post Covid-19 and the IRS’s limited staff) but it was all worth it obviously. View the IRS approval notice below.

File Late Tax Returns in Mesa

If you would like to meet with Scott Allen EA and see what he can do for you give him a call and schedule a free initial consultation.

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We are Mesa Arizona’s Top IRS Problem Solvers to Avoid Criminal Punishment

Scott Allen EA of Mesa Arizona’s Tax Debt Advisors

Let’s start out with what is true and what is false in this area.  What is false is more important for you to remember than what is true.  That’s because most web sites scare you with what is false rather than helping you by reducing your stress level with what is true.

Truth—If you fail to file a tax return you can be punished with one year in jail for each year you did not file.

Falsehood—In 44 years, we have never seen this happen once to one of our clients or anyone else.  All you have to do to avoid criminal prosecution is file your Mesa Arizona back tax returns.  The IRS criminal cases that you hear about on the news are due to Arizona taxpayers refusing to file or filing fraudulent tax returns.

Failing to file a return is like a bad parking ticket.  It is not a hit and run crime where you will go to prison.  It is important that you work with an IRS Resolution Specialist in Arizona like Scott Allen E.A. who will tell you the truth and not try to scare or intimidate you into retaining his services.  Tax Debt Advisors offers a free initial consultation and you can schedule your appointment with Scott Allen E.A. at 480-926-9300.  You will only work with Scott.  He does 100% of your IRS resolution work.

Here is an IRS Notice CP21A showing an adjustment made on a back tax return for a client. Scott Allen EA filed an amendment to correct the filing status that was done incorrectly by a previous preparer. Correcting this before negotiating a payment plan was important to do. As you can see it saved the client over $2,200 in back taxes owed.

Mesa Arizona’s Top IRS Problem Solvers

 

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Who in Mesa AZ needs to file back IRS tax returns?

Idioms to Remember if you have a Serious IRS Debt involving filing Mesa AZ back IRS tax returns.

An idiom is an expression that in and of itself makes no sense when translated into another language. Knowing the literal meaning of idioms does not enable you to understand them unless you also know what they allude to. I have listed below the most important idioms that everyone should know if you have a serious IRS debt involving filing IRS back tax returns in Mesa AZ.  It is important to understand how they apply to your situation.

  • Elbow grease—Strenuous physical effort.
  • Eleventh hour—The last minute or just before an impending catastrophe.
  • End of one’s rope—Out of options.
  • Enfant terrible—A person who stirs things up in an irresponsible or indiscreet way.  From French, meaning, “terrible child.”
  • Esprit de corps—The feeling of camaraderie among members of a group or organization.  From French, meaning “group spirit.”
  • Eureka!—A Greek word meaning “I have found it.”
  • Feather in one’s cap—An accomplishment a person can be proud of.
  • Fly by night—Shady or untrustworthy.
  • Glad-hander—An excessively friendly person.
There are several options available to settle your IRS tax debt.  Each settlement options has pros and cons—something good about it as wells as something not so good.  However, one is always better that the rest and is usually quite obvious once the facts have been presented to you without prejudice towards any one solution.  That is why Scott Allen E.A. should be your choice when confronted with a serious IRS debt in Mesa AZ.  Call 480-926-9300 to schedule your free initial consultation.

Scott Allen E.A. has witnessed the success of his family’s IRS resolution practice first hand and is carrying on the tradition to the second generation.  Tax Debt Advisors, Inc. has been helping individuals like you solve their Mesa AZ IRS debt since 1977.  You will only work with Scott Allen E.A. from start to finish.  Scott is licensed to represent you before the IRS in all 50 states.  He will only take your case if it is in your best interest.  That is why our family business is enjoying its 44th year.  Scott Allen E.A. promises straight answers and follow through service and guarantees the most aggressive Mesa AZ back tax return preparation and IRS settlements allowed by law.  Call Scott to schedule your free initial consultation at 480-926-9300.  He will make today a great day for you!  For more information go to StopIRSAction.com.

Check out this recent settlement negotiated by Scott Allen E.A. for his client. Michael needed to get four different tax years into a settlement with the IRS. As you can see all of his Mesa back tax returns were put into a currently non collectible status.

Mesa Back Tax Returns

 

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Mesa AZ Tax Preparation Service by Scott Allen EA

Scott Allen EA

Scott Allen EA

If you are “hunting” for a new tax preparer either because you are unhappy with your current situation, tired of doing them on your own, or just move near Mesa AZ please consider Scott Allen EA.  Scott purchased his family tax practice several years ago from his father and is about to start his 10th tax season in a couple months.  His father started preparing tax returns in 1977 and has passed his valuable knowledge onto his son.  His company specialized in Mesa AZ tax preparation for individuals and small businesses.  He enjoys getting to know his clients and building the valuable relationship of trust with them.  Many new clients that meet with Scott Allen EA for Mesa AZ tax preparation come from using large national tax preparation firms where you feel more like a number then a client.  You will not be a number with Scott and with the very first step you take into his office you will know you came to the right place and you level or tax stress will drop.

Scott Allen EA promises straight answer and follow through service.  He will not sit on your tax file and take 5 weeks to finish the tax preparation in Mesa AZ. Upon having all the necessary documents to finish the taxes he will have them completed within 48 hours – GUARANTEED.  He is licensed to prepare taxes for all 50 states and if necessary deal with any IRS issues that may come up.

Scott Allen does not charge for an initial 30 minute consultation to review your Mesa AZ tax preparation needs.  He is competent in the preparation areas of personal 1040 along with business schedule C and rental schedule E forms.  He can also handle business S-corp and partnership 1065.

Call and speak with Scott Allen in Mesa today.  480-926-9300

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Address:  3155 E Southern Ave  Suite 101  Mesa, AZ  85204

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Tax Preparation in Mesa AZ

Hi, this is Scott Allen EA and I am licensed to handle Mesa AZ tax preparation services.  Our business is family owned since 1977.  That’s 38 years of doing individual and business tax returns.  I offer a free initial consultation to review your tax return from last year and to evaluate your Mesa AZ tax preparation needs.  I pride myself on quick follow through service.  Once I have all of your information to prepare your tax return I will have the tax preparation in Mesa AZ done within 24-48 hours.  My office is located in Mesa AZ 85204 off of Southern Avenue.  This year avoid the hassles and stress of doing your return on your own; have it professionally prepared.  For all new clients I offer a 10% discount if you switch to me from your previous professional preparer (for an equivalent tax return).  Bring in a copy of last years return along with the paid invoice.  Call today and talk personally with myself, Scott Allen EA.  480-926-9300.

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How Does the IRS Punish Mesa Arizona Taxpayers for not Filing on Time?

Before you fail to file on time due to procrastination or fear consider the following:

  • Once the IRS files a substitute for return, you cannot discharge the tax debt for that year in a bankruptcy.
  • The IRS can prosecute you for refusing to file returns which can result in one year in prison for each year not filed.
  • The interest and penalties can double or triple the amount due by the time you file your return.
  • Social security benefits will be lost if you are self-employed and fail to file within three years of the due date.
  • Refunds will be lost if the returns are not filed within three years of the due date.
  • Earned income credit will be forfeited if you do not file within three years of the due date.

Filing on time is the best way to avoid a serious tax problem with the IRS in Gilbert or Mesa AZ.  Scott Allen E.A. has the expertise to file back tax returns and negotiate the best settlement allowed by law if you owe.  Call Scott Allen EA today at 480-926-9300 to schedule a free initial, in office, appointment.

 

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10% off: IRS & Arizona Income Tax Preparation & Filing

Offer:  10% off your 2021 tax return preparation from what you paid for those services on your 2020 tax return. (New Clients Only)

Bring in your 2020 individual and/or business tax return along with the invoice from H&R Block, Jackson Hewitt, Liberty Tax, or any other professional and I will do your 2021 tax return 10% less ! (for equivalent work)

Offer expires October 15, 2022

Print this blog page off and bring to your scheduled Arizona tax preparation appointment time for the discount.  Call and talk to me today.

Scott Allen, E.A. – Your go to guy for Arizona Tax Preparation Service

Enrolled Agent – Licensed in all 50 states to prepare individual and business tax returns and represent taxpayers before the IRS.

 

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How to avoid an IRS audit in Arizona? IRS help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

 Avoid IRS Audit for Arizona Residents

  • Use a tax program.  Manually prepared returns are pieces of paper begging for attention.
  • Don’t believe all the advice that shows up on the internet and news shows during tax filing season.  Some of the advice I have heard would actually increase the likelihood of being audited.
  • Extend the filing of your return.  I have yet to have a client come in for an audit that filed a return right before the October 15th deadline.  Of course the return has to be filed correctly.
  • Report all income that the IRS knows about.  That would include all W-2’s, 1099’s and K-1’s—especially the ones that your thought were not going to be reported to the IRS.
  • Avoid the home office deduction.  I have literally had to charge some clients more for the preparation of this tax form than the benefit they were getting.  The home office deduction is rarely worth the tax savings and the risk of an audit.  If you have a home office deduction that amount to $1,000 and you are in a 15% tax bracket the savings is only $150.

But if you do get audited, get professional help.  It will pay for itself each year you file in the future and minimize your exposure for the year or years being audited.

Scott Allen E. A. – Tax Debt Advisors, Inc.

How to avoid an IRS audit in Arizona?  IRS help from Tax Debt Advisors, Inc

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How long before the IRS discovers I have unfiled tax returns? From Tax Debt Advisors, Inc.

“I have unfiled tax returns…”

It may take several years before the IRS will contact you regarding unfiled tax returns.  However this works against you.  The interest and penalties on unfiled returns can double the amount you owe in just a few years.  As time goes by many records that can reduce your liability have been lost.  Your memory of what happened several years ago will fade and you will likely pay much more on your taxes if you had filed returns sooner.  Many clients miss one year and when nothing happens another year goes by and then another.  Before you know it six or seven years has passed and your tax problem will be getting more difficult to deal with each deadline missed.  There is also a serious psychological burden carried when you have unfiled tax returns.  You know that a day of reckoning will come and decisions that can be made are postponed and opportunities will be permanently lost.  Time is never on your side when you have unfiled tax returns.  By filing returns on time even if you do not have the money to pay taxes owed is far better than not filing and taking on additional penalties and interest.  Call me today for a free confidential initial consultation to get started.

 Scott Allen, E.A. – Tax Debt Advisors, Inc for unfiled tax returns in Arizona

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I am separated from my spouse. Who is entitled to claim our children as dependents? From Tax Debt Advisors, Inc.

Claim our Children as Dependents

The general rule according to IRS Publication 17 is that the parent with the custody for the majority of the year is eligible to claim the children as dependents.  A divorce decree, decree of separate maintenance, or custody decree should specify who is entitled to claim the children as dependents.

Child support payments do not entitle the spouse making the payments to claim the children as dependents.  A noncustodial parent may claim the children if the custodial parent signs IRS form 8332 and agrees to not claim dependency exemptions for the children.

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