Wednesday, September 18, 2019

UNDERSTANDING HOW TO RESOLVE UNFILED TAX RETURNS - TAX RELIEF

The IRS has taken down Al Capone, Wesley Snipes, Martha Stewart and other big names in the past for tax fraud. The federal government takes taxes very seriously.

Not filing your tax returns is a serious offense. Although there won’t be a nationwide manhunt for late returns, you may still see some hefty fines and possibly jail time.

What Happens When You Don’t File Tax Returns?

The IRS requires you to file your tax returns by April 15th every year. Filing your tax returns isn’t the most exciting thing in the world but it’s important. Many people either put it off until the very last minute or fail to file altogether.


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Not filing your tax return can have costly consequences. Here are some of the penalties you may face when you don’t file your tax returns:

1. Late Penalties
The penalty for failing to file your tax returns or filing late takes effect on April 16th. You’ll owe the government 5% of the unpaid taxes in penalties for every month that they remain unpaid. That penalty, however, caps at 25%.

If you file by April 15th but owe the government and fail to pay the debt by that time, then a lesser penalty will be levied upon you. You can get charged between 0.5% to 1% of the unpaid tax debt for every month that it remains unpaid. Remember, you are required to file by the April deadline each year. In some cases, you can get an extension to file your taxes, but you’ll need to go through the proper channels and paperwork to do this.

2. You Could End Up Forfeiting Your Tax Refund
The IRS gives you three years to claim your back tax refunds. If you keep missing or failing to file your taxes, you will have effectively forfeited those back-tax refunds after the third year. You’re basically losing out on free money that you could most likely use.

3. Your Refund Can Be Delayed
The government can take time investigating your taxes when you consistently file late. Furthermore, the fact that you delayed filing your taxes means that there will be penalties levied. This can lead to your tax refund being delayed or forfeited altogether depending on the fines.

Even though the 5% per month penalty takes effect on the 16th of April, the IRS will still send letters with codes such as CP515, CP516, CP518 and CP515B. If you fail to act on these notices and don’t file your taxes or pay what you owe the government, you can end up facing jail time.

The fine for failing to comply with IRS can reach as high as $25,000. The jail time can be as long as one year for every year that you failed to file your taxes.

What Should You Do When You Have Unfiled Tax Returns?

When you don’t file your taxes on time and fail to heed the warnings sent by IRS, they will prepare a substitute tax return on your behalf. They base the information they use on the information they already have including W-2 and 1099 forms.

The letter you get from the IRS will state the sources of income that the IRS used to calculate the substitute returns.

Once the letter is prepared and sent, the IRS gives you 30 days from the official date of the letter to do the following:

Send in a completed tax return
Send in a letter consenting to the assessment and collection form
Send the IRS a letter explaining the reason you couldn’t file your returns
If, however, you want to file your back taxes to avoid further penalties, here are the steps that you need to take:

1. Get the Information You Need to File Your Back Taxes
You can start by requesting that the IRS send you your W-2 and 1099 forms. If, however, you are self-employed then you need to gather all the documents showing any sources of income that may not be on file with the IRS.

2. File Your Tax Return
Be sure to complete the tax return form as accurately as possible. You can even enlist the help of a qualified tax preparer to ensure that you don’t miss anything. If you need more time to complete unfiled tax returns or pay the money you owe, you can contact the IRS to see if you can get an extension or agree to a payment arrangement. This can help you avoid further penalties.

3. Monitor Return Processing and Compliance
You need to ensure that you monitor the return processing by asking for your account transcript to ensure that the IRS got your returns and that you have adhered to everything.

The IRS requires you to achieve tax compliance by filing all unfiled back taxes. In some cases, you may need to go back as far as six years. However, every account is different, and you need to be in open communication with the IRS. This will help ensure that you have fully complied to avoid jail.

There is some good news. Depending on your circumstances and how open you are with the IRS, you may qualify for IRS Amnesty or Reasonable Cause. This means that your penalties, fines and payment are either reduced or waived.

No matter the case, the IRS investigates unfiled taxes. To avoid the penalties, do your best to adhere to tax compliance by filing your tax returns by the April 15th  deadline.

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Monday, September 16, 2019

FILING UNFILED BACK TAX RETURNS

how to file unfiled tax returns

In most cases, if you didn’t file a previous year’s tax return, you can do it retroactively. Although often more cumbersome, you can prepare and submit most state tax returns late.

There are many consequences to not filing Federal tax returns (IRS) and State when you are required or you have a balance owed. In most cases, filing a tax return is usually in your best interests. Here are the steps to file back taxes or deal with unfiled returns.




COLLECT ALL THE NECESSARY DOCUMENTATION

You need W2’s, 1099’s, and all other relevant forms for the year in question. If you are itemizing deductions, you also need receipts and records to back up your claims. If you don’t have these forms, contact your employer, former employer, or a financial institution. With wages, you can often get the numbers you need from your last pay stub of the year.

If you can’t get a hold of these documents, contact the IRS directly at 1-800-829-1040 or request the IRS mail you a wage and income transcript (IRS online system not available for new users at this time). Usually, wage and income tax transcripts go back up to 10 years. Therefore, you can obtain 1099 and W2 information, even if you cannot locate these documents.

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If you are self-employed and were 1099’d, IRS wage and income transcripts will help you determine your income for a taxable year. Also, you can obtain bank statements that will also help you identify income and expenses.

LOCATE THE NECESSARY TAX FORMS

When filing back taxes, you need to use the tax forms from that year. For example, if you are preparing an individual tax return for 2015, you have to use Form 1040 for 2015. This is because the rules and credits may change from year to year. You can find most old forms online. If you cannot find the one you need, contact the IRS or your state’s Department of Revenue. However, remember, if you are using software or a tax preparer, then you will not need to find the forms.

USE A TAX PREPARER OR A SOFTWARE PROGRAM

Although optional, getting professional help can make the process easier. If you use a software program, make sure to use the application for that year. Most computer software such as TurboTax, don’t allow you to file old tax returns online. Instead, you need to order a CD or download the software for the relevant tax year. A tax professional can handle everything generally with the software they use, including finding the right forms, for you. However, it is always best to check with the tax professional as some tax years may be unavailable.

SENDING IN YOUR TAX RETURNS

In most cases, you can’t submit old returns electronically. Instead, you need to mail them to the IRS or your state revenue department. Send your returns to the address on the tax return or tax return directions. If you receive a notice reminding you to file a return, use the address on that IRS letter.

If you are working with an IRS Revenue Officer, you should send the complete returns to that person. When in doubt, contact the IRS or state directly.

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS

If you are filing old IRS tax returns, in most cases, the IRS will want the last six years. State tax laws may be different, so it is best to check with your state a licensed tax professional (attorney, EA, CPA).

Filing your return is the first step to getting back into compliance with the IRS and most states. Filing a tax return is usually a smart move even if you can’t afford to pay off the balance in full. Filing reduces or prevents penalties, and once you file, the IRS and most states are willing to work with you.

It is always recommended that you work with a tax professional to file tax returns. Moreover, it is essential that a tax professional first complete a financial analysis and tax investigation. A review of your current income, expenses, liabilities, assets, and tax transcripts will help the tax professional determine your best courses of action.

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Friday, September 13, 2019

OWE THE IRS - HOW SAFE IS YOUR BANK ACCOUNT?

IRS bank levies and property seizures

An IRS levy on your bank account can be disastrous – checks not clearing, bank service charges, and concern over paying basic living expenses from the lost funds.

The good news is that tax law gives you a 21 day window to get the money back into your account before your bank sends it to the IRS.  After the money is deducted, the bank holds it for this 21 day period. This waiting period, mandated by Internal Revenue Code 6332(c), provides a valuable opportunity to contact the IRS, negotiate a release of the levy, and have the money returned to your account.

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Equally important is that an IRS levy on your bank account is not a continuing action with every dollar you deposit deducted from your account on an ongoing basis and sent to the IRS. Rather, an IRS bank levy is a one time only deduction from your bank account.  See Internal Revenue Manual 5.11.4.3.

Here is how it works: when your bank receives and processes the levy, it takes only the money on deposit at that time.  If the bank processes the levy on Wednesday when there is $500 is in the account, that money will be deducted from your account.  If you then put $500 in the account on Thursday, that money is yours and is not sent to the IRS.  The money deducted on Wednesday is held for 21 days, then sent to the IRS if not released.

The IRS generally refrains from making successive levies on the same source. Once the levy is sent, successive levies sent out in rapid fashion are unlikely in most cases.

IRS bank levies provide time for release and return of the funds, an advantage that should not be squandered.  Timely response and proper negotiation can recover the funds back into your account.

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

TAXPAYER SENTENCED FOR FAILING TO PAY OVER WITHHELD PAYROLL TAXES

Court documents revealed that for a 24-year span beginning in 1992, Terra Ferguson, of New London, North Carolina, served as an office manager at a Randolph County, North Carolina pediatric doctor’s office. In her role, she was responsible for, and had complete control over, the practice’s finances. Additionally, her role included being responsible for payroll taxes.

Prosecutors alleged that between 2011 and 2016, Ferguson caused nearly $80,000 to be withheld from employee paychecks but willfully failed to pay the withheld taxes over to the IRS.



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Under federal tax law, those who are responsible for the payroll tax function are required to withhold, account for, and timely pay over the withheld funds to the IRS. Additionally, Ferguson failed to pay the practice’s share of employment taxes. Investigators determined that Ferguson spent the money on her own personal expenses, including her own business ventures.

It is extremely common for those involved in payroll or employment tax crimes to also be non-compliant on their individual income tax returns. In the present story, Ferguson prepared false tax returns for her employer, which included an exaggerated mortgage interest deduction and the under reporting of gross receipts. Prosecutors asserted that the approximate tax loss of Ferguson’s criminal activity is nearly $375,000.

In addition to serving 14 months in federal prison, Ferguson will serve three years of supervised release. She was also ordered to pay restitution to the IRS in the amount of $374,101.

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THE IRS SENT ME A NOTICE FOR NOT FILING A TAX RETURN - WHAT SHOULD I DO?

Once a non-filer has been identified, a series of computer-generated notices are mailed to the taxpayer at their last known address. Where no response is received on the notices the case is assigned to the Collection Division of the IRS.

The Automated Collection System (ACS) within the Collection Division may eventually attempt to contact a taxpayer by telephone seeking the delinquent returns. If ACS is unable to secure the delinquent returns, a Revenue Officer may be assigned to contact the taxpayer in person at their home or place of business.

The Revenue Officer has the option of determining if fraud has been committed by the taxpayer, in which case a referral may be made to CID for possible prosecution.



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Monday, September 9, 2019

HOW TO FILE BACK TAX RETURNS WITH THE IRS

Back tax returns, at a glance:

Not filing a required return is a serious issue with the IRS.

If you don’t file, the IRS can file a return for you — with taxes and penalties.
You should take special care when preparing and filing late returns, because the IRS gives them extra scrutiny.
You can get expert help filing back tax returns with the IRS.

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DELINQUENT BACK TAX RETURNS

Most taxpayers are required to file a tax return every year. The IRS keeps a record of taxpayers who are required to file but don’t – and the IRS can pursue those returns. That can mean stiff consequences and increasing complications.

If you have back tax returns, the IRS can charge you expensive penalties, hold your refund and even file a return for you without any credits or deductions in your favor (called a substitute for return).

Whether you have one or many returns to file, you or your tax pro should start taking steps right away to file an accurate and complete tax return that will get you back in good standing with the IRS.

Here’s what to do.

1. Get all the information needed to file the past-due return.

Start by requesting your wage and income transcripts from the IRS. These transcripts will help you identify the Forms W-2 and 1099 that you will need to prepare your return. You can also order your account transcript to see any estimated tax payments or other credits posted to your account for that tax year. Learn how to research your IRS account.

Gather information about self-employment, investments, and any other income that isn’t on file with the IRS.

Review your situation for deductions and credits.
If necessary, ask the IRS for more time to file the late return, to avoid any enforcement actions (such as a substitute for return, levy, or lien).
Identify any special processing needed for your late-filed return (such as date-stamping or filing with an IRS compliance unit).

If you have several past-due returns to file, the IRS normally requires that you file returns for the current year and past six years. But your specific facts and IRS rules will determine how far back you should file.

2. Complete the return and submit it to the appropriate IRS unit.

Complete your tax returns accurately. It’s best to double check your return against your IRS transcripts to make sure that you included all your income as it was reported to the IRS, and that you included all your withholding/estimated tax payments.
If you owe and can’t pay the full amount, consider requesting a payment arrangement with the filed return.

Attach a penalty relief request to the return, if applicable. If you have one past-due return to file, you may qualify for penalty relief on any failure to file and failure to pay penalties. If you have multiple returns to file, it’s more difficult to process the return and manage the resulting penalties and balances owed. You’ll need to investigate your penalty relief options further in these complex situations.

Send your return to the right IRS location.
Make sure you get proof that you filed, in case the IRS doesn’t process your return or you experience related compliance activity (like IRS collection notices, a lien, a levy, or an unfiled return investigation).

3. Monitor return processing and other compliance activities.

Periodically request your account transcripts or contact the appropriate IRS unit to make sure that the IRS processed your return.

If the IRS took prior actions on the un-filed return (such as filing a substitute for return), follow up to ensure that the IRS closed the case with no matters outstanding.

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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

FRESH START WITH THE IRS? HOW IT REALLY WORKS

 Currently Not Collectible, Form 433A, Installment agreements, IRS Financial Statements, Offer in compromise, Trust fund recovery penalty

An offer in compromise can put IRS troubles behind you and bring a fresh start on your taxes.

But the road to a fresh start with the IRS is not necessarily as simple as it may sound.

The IRS has very strict criteria that they use to determine if a tax debt should be compromised.

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Before jumping in with a compromise, there is much you need to know about the IRS settlement process, including:

–     Whether you should even file an offer in compromise.  For example, if the IRS has a limited time left to collect your debt (out of the 10 year period they are given by law), should you jump in or remain on the sidelines?  Sometimes, it is better to hold ’em, but you need to know when.

–     What are your chances of success. The IRS rejects more comprises than it accepts, due in part to its rigorous financial guidelines that are used to determine if they should settle or if they believe they can get paid in full.  Know if your situation merits the time invested to settle ahead of time.

–     How to use the internal IRS criteria to negotiate the best settlement.  It is important to know the IRS offer in compromise valuation formula before jumping in.  Do you make too much to settle?  What if you spend too much and the IRS wants you to cut your budget so you can pay them more?  The IRS has specific formulas that are used in valuing a compromise that should be reviewed and applied to your situation before jumping in.

–     The best ways to handle the full financial disclosure that the IRS requires.  The IRS wants to know where you work, bank, the amount in your retirement accounts, what cars you drive, what your house is worth, what you make, and what you spend.  What if your income varies year to year, and right now it is at a high?  What income do you pick (hint: the IRS permits income-averaging over several years to even out the highs and lows)?

–     How to complete the IRS financial statements and compromise forms.  For example, the IRS guidelines permit you to reduce the value of your cars and house by 20% on the financial statements, effectively lowering the value of your compromise by 20%.  Proper completion of the forms can result in significant savings in settlement.

–     Your rights to dispute an IRS rejection of an offer in compromise.  Maybe they think your home is worth more than it is.  Or aren’t allowing you necessary living expenses.  Or think you earn more than you do or will in the fixture.  Either way, any IRS compromise decision is subject to an independent review by the IRS Office of Appeals.  Many offers that are initially turned down are ultimately accepted by appeals.

Success with an offer in compromise is based on knowing the IRS’s settlement guidelines, understanding how to apply those rules to your situation, and responding if the IRS does not properly follow and implement them.

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