If you fail to file a tax return, you may be subject to late-filing penalties. IRS penalties and late fees can skyrocket out of control very quickly. In time, many taxpayers may be able to pay the original amount owed, but are not able to pay penalties and interest. The Tax Relief Center can connect you to tax relief specialists and attorneys who can successfully negotiate tax and penalty abatement or removal on your behalf.
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When the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) assesses tax penalties, they automatically are added to the total amount of money a taxpayer owes. The IRS does this without any knowledge of the extenuating circumstances that a taxpayer may be facing. Fortunately, if the IRS learns that a taxpayer had reasonable cause for falling behind, they often will reconsider the penalties and fees assessed, and may agree to remove them.
The Tax Relief Center can connect you to experienced tax professionals and tax attorneys who have a thorough understanding of IRS requirements for removing penalties - experts who specialize in preparing "reasonable cause" defenses so your tax penalties and late fees may be abated or removed. Reasonable causes could be poor accounting advice, lost or stolen records, a serious health situation, unemployment, a fixed income, or any of a number of other reasons for falling behind.
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