The quote above is true not only to credit card debt, but applies to tax debt as well. The longer you put off dealing with your tax debt problems, the worse the situation will get. Interest continues to amass, and the penalties keep getting worse, putting you and your family in a dreadful and scary hole.
This is where we come in. We’ve been resolving tax debt problems in the New England states for years, and are very aware of how the IRS operates. We understand what happens when you ignore the IRS, and know the benefits of hiring a tax resolution professional
Tax returns are usually due on April 15 every year; however, taxpayers may request an extension if they need more time to file their taxes. October 15, 2015 was the extension deadline for the 2014 calendar year for individual income tax returns.
If you missed the extension deadline, contact an expert for tax support. Tax Debt Assistance has offices in New England and helps clients with tax problems as well as overall CPA services.
It’s important for folks in New England get expert help and filing later is better than not filing at all.
We offer a FREE consultation, and have an office
Having conversations focused on solutions is the approach we have applied to our New England area CPA firm and tax resolution practice for decades.
Tax Debt Assistance was created to help New England individuals, families and business owners resolve tax problems as effectively as possible.
We work diligently to represent you in front of the IRS. And once we help resolve your tax problems, we provide one-on-one CPA solutions to keep your tax situation positive.
If tax debt resolution is what you seek, give our team a call at (855) 479-2400.
Every year, the IRS Criminal Investigations unit (IRS-CI) releases a surprisingly entertaining report detailing their efforts to protect the Treasury from scammers, fraudsters, and cheats. Our New England tax resolution firm is focused on tax debt assistance and sometimes that assistance helps alleviate major concerns like “am I considered a criminal?”
Know that this year’s edition reveals that, due to budget cuts, activity is actually down. In 2014, IRS special agents initiated 4,297 criminal investigations (down 19.1% from 5,314 in 2013) and recommended 3,478 prosecutions (down 20.4% from 4,364 in 2013). There were 3,272 indictments and 3,110 convictions, which shows the IRS won’t take you
The quote “The first rule of management is delegation. Don’t try and do everything yourself because you can’t.” by Anthea Turner really spoke to us. There are many individuals in the New England area that are experiencing IRS issues and try to handle their IRS case by themselves but end up with negative or no effects at all. This can be stressful, time costly, and unhealthy. If your tax debt issues don’t get handled, the IRS will catch up to you! This is why delegating your case to a tax professional is advised.
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