Unfiled Tax Returns
Preparing and filing several years of past due tax returns can be a daunting task. Records are often incomplete or missing, requiring tedious re-construction of books and records. Plus, the IRS has the ability to file substitute tax returns based on the information they have and take collection action against you. Fortunately, it is generally never too late to file a federal income tax return with the IRS, even if you have not filed for decades.
Preparing un-filed tax returns, however, usually requires the skill of an experienced professional to navigate the complexity of our tax code and prepare the most accurate tax returns possible. Our team consisting of tax attorneys, Certified Public Accountants ("CPA"s), and Enrolled Agents is pleased to offer assistance with preparing un-filed federal income tax returns in addition to our legal services.
Filing all required tax returns is the first step to resolve federal income tax issues. We invite you to request a consultation with a tax attorney if you have several years of un-filed federal income tax returns.
We are committed to delivering results for our clients. We invite you to review a sample of Unfiled Tax Return cases that we have successfully resolved for our clients. All cases are different and the summaries below should not be interpreted as a prediction or guarantee of success or specific results.
Landscaping Company with 6 Years of Unfiled Returns
Client owned a multi-million-dollar landscaping company that had not filed six years of federal income tax returns. The IRS filed substitute tax returns based off 1099-MISC forms submitted by third parties. The IRS did not deduct any business expenses, resulting in a substantial tax liability. DeWitt Law prepared and filed with the IRS all missing tax returns. Client's tax liability was reduced by over $100,000.
10 Years of Unfiled Returns
Client informed DeWitt Law that they had not filed a federal income tax return since 1995. DeWitt Law prepared Client's tax returns and represented Client before the IRS to prevent levy/garnishment action while the returns were being prepared/processed and resolve all outstanding tax debt through an installment agreement.
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Tyler H. DeWitt, Esq., CPA