Below are common problems taxpayers face with unpaid, unfiled or erroneous tax returns with IRS and state income taxes.
Unpaid TaxesHaving unpaid taxes can lead to a variety of problems which include forced collection actions and large penalties and interest. Understand the various consequences from owing IRS & State taxes.
Unfiled TaxesHaving unfiled taxes can lead to a variety of problems which include forced collection actions and large penalties and interest. Generally the penalties associated with unfiled taxes when taxes are owed are some of the largest penalties charged.
Tax PenaltiesThe IRS and State taxation authorities have a variety of penalties that they charge in order to ensure compliance with tax laws. Understand what the common tax penalties are and what can be done to resolve them.
Bank LevyA bank levy is the is the legal seizure of funds directly from your bank account to cover a tax liability. Understand how to avoid or stop a bank levy and how the bank levy process works.
Asset SeizureAsset seizure is the seizure of physical assets in order to satisfy unpaid tax liabilities. Asset seizure is not as common as bank levies or wage garnishments. The taxation authorities will generally use this method if they cannot garnish wages or bank accounts.
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