Tag: Unfiled Tax Returns

If you have Unfiled Tax Returns you need to get filed, your first step should be to learn your rights. You may become surprised at how many you have working in your favor.

One thing you can always count on with IRS Problems is that they rarely go away on their own. In fact, the longer you ignore them, the worse they often get.

In this section of our site, you will find information on Unfiled Tax Returns. Darrin T. Mish, aka the IRS Solution Attorney, put the info together in the hopes it helps you. He has been helping taxpayers solve their IRS Problems since 1999, and is available to help you too if you need it. You can phone his office in Tampa at (813) 229-7100, or toll-free at 888-438-6474 to set up a time to chat with him.

If you would like information on IRS Statute of Limitations, Bankruptcy and Taxes, or IRS Back Tax Help, Darrin can help you there as well.

Unfiled Tax Return Help – What Are Your Next Steps?

What do you do when you find yourself facing an IRS Wage Garnishment or IRS Levy because of your Unfiled Tax Returns? Hopefully, you begin by looking for unfiled tax return help by someone who is qualified to help you. Hi, I'm Darrin T. Mish, the IRS Solution Attorney, I may have the answers you're looking for....Read more »

Can You Tax Debt Be Eliminated Through Bankruptcy?

Your tax debt may be eliminated by a procedure known as bankruptcy. You must think about the effects it’ll have on you and your family, though, and realize that it won’t solve all your IRS problems. This process should be taken as a last resort, but we can explore the possibilities.  Click here to read...Read more »

The New 1099 Law

Many people still do not fully understand the new 1099 law i.e. the new IRS requirements on Forms 1099. Forms 1099 are used by the IRS to track payments made by businesses to vendors. The new IRS requirement is that businesses declare any payment made to vendors (individuals or business entities) exceeding $600 in any...Read more »

Sequoyah County Fulfills Tax Obligations

After being contacted by the IRS over unfiled reports and non-payment of June 2010 taxes, Sequoyah County has since filed the overdue reports and paid up the outstanding taxes.  The reports concerned were the first and second quarterly reports for 2010.  However, there might still be penalties and late fees imposed on the county, which...Read more »

Are You a Taxpayer with Unfiled Tax Returns?

Laws for Non-filers Not filing your tax returns for a year or more, will undoubtedly alert the IRS and you will be classified as a non-filer.  If you have acquired this status, you have IRS Problems.   Whether you have not filed because you procrastinated, you did not have the money to pay the taxes you owed,...Read more »

Are you a Non-Filer? IRS Problems could be in your future!

IRS problems arise if you do not file a tax return. The Tax Code has certain timelines or statutes of limitations set out that let the IRS to go after nonfilers. Click here to read or watch more IRS Problem resources. Criminal: If the IRS finds you within six years of the tax return's deadline, you will...Read more »

Are you a Non-Filer? IRS Problems could be in your future!

IRS problems arise if you do not file a tax return. The Tax Code has certain timelines or statutes of limitations set out that let the IRS to go after nonfilers. Click here to read or watch more IRS Problem resources. Criminal: If the IRS finds you within six years of the tax return's deadline, you will...Read more »

Discharging IRS Taxes in Bankruptcy – Is it Possible?

Bankruptcy is a way to get rid of tax debt. But it should only be explored as a last option. It won't automatically fix your IRS problems and will affect you and your family. There are several possibilities to consider.  Click here to read or watch more IRS Help resources. There are 2 basic kinds of...Read more »