Back Taxes Help
Back Taxes refers to taxes that are a financial hardship and have not been paid. I help solve back tax problems and get you on the road to financial freedom!
KEITH'S STEPS TO SOLVE BACK TAXES
Help to solve your back taxes is available.
If you are behind on your taxes, you are not alone. Millions of Americans are ALSO delinquent. If you require IRS back taxes help, look no further than TheCPATaxProblemSolver.
Settling your back Taxes can leave you down mentally and financially.
Keith has has reduced or eliminated tax debt for countless clients and has a an impeccable acceptance rate for his OIC submissions. Learn more about the back tax rlief program called the Offer In Compromise (OIC) here.
But If you don't qualify for an OIC, don't panic. There are many options to solve your back taxes problem. Check out these other Tax Relief Options
But make sure you just don’t ignore your IRS back taxes. The problem never goes away! They will impede your way to financial freedom.
Remember, if you already tried to solve your back tax with no success, you can click The button below to book a free tax problem evaluation and get back tax help!
Back Taxes Explained
Back Taxes refers to taxes that have not been paid in the year that they were due. Unpaid back taxes can occur at the local, state, or federal levels. You should keep in mind that these unpaid taxes will accumulate penalties and interest charges on a regular basis (daily and monthly). What’s more, the IRS is known to file a substitute for return as part of their collection efforts. Once the state and the IRS complete their assessment, they can start facilitating collection actions, such as liens, bank levies, and wage garnishments.
The IRS usually sends out notices regarding payment of back taxes. They contain:
The principal sum that the taxpayer owes
The total interest rate that the IRS is charging
The penalties that have been imposed by the IRS
The final amount owed (including interest and penalties)
If you do not file your tax returns and pay on time, you also risk losing the IRS tax refunds you were originally entitled to.