The IRS has identified taxpayers who fail to file income tax returns and effectively stop paying income tax as a serious threat to tax administration and the American economy. The IRS’s role in combating the area of nonfiling is that of outreach, education, and enforcement of the tax laws.
However, it is understood that there are those who will not respond to outreach efforts and simply refuse to comply with the law. It is to those individuals, who deliberately fail to comply with their obligation to file required tax returns and pay any taxes due and owing, that IRS Criminal Investigation devotes its investigative resources. In the most egregious cases, criminal prosecution is recommended to the United States Attorney’s office.
If you have not filed past returns, you need professional help. To avoid criminal charges and/or to add to the civil charges, it is important to file your tax return even if it is late or you cannot pay the taxes owed.
This firm can assist you in organizing your tax documents and getting you back in compliance with the law. Our job is to work with the IRS to minimize your penalties. It is a complicated process and you need someone on your side that has the expertise to find the way through the clutter and be an advocate for you.