For more than 20 years the Orlando and Tampa-based tax attorneys, CPAs, and IRS enrolled agents at The Pappas Group have gotten individual and corporate taxpayers current with their delinquent and unfiled tax returns and back taxes and worked out an IRS payment plan or IRS settlement (Offer in Compromise) of their tax debts.
Many taxpayers do not file their tax returns because they don’t have the money to pay their taxes. This is a mistake that can turn a civil tax collection matter into a criminal tax investigation.
Failure to pay your taxes is not necessarily a crime, but failure to file a tax return is.
Some taxpayers don’t come forward because they have lost or failed to retain their receipts and records. This is also a mistake. Even if you don’t have records of your income and expenses, the IRS allows taxpayers to file what are known as estimated tax returns.
An estimated tax return is one that reports what the taxpayer, in good faith, believes he earned and spent during a tax year.
Not having receipts and records is no defense to a charge of failure to file a tax return. You must estimate your income and expenses and file.
The CPAs, Tax Attorneys, and IRS enrolled agents at the Orlando and Tampa offices of The Pappas Group are ready to help you get back into the system.
You don’t have to sleep with one eye open for the rest of your life. Call us and we’ll get started on your unfiled tax returns and back taxes right away.
Call or email us today for a free tax consultation about your unfiled tax returns and back taxes.
The IRS audited my 2007 and 2008 tax returns and disallowed 100% of my business expenses because the auditor said I didn’t have sufficient records. I hired The Pappas Group and they were able to prove by other means that my deductions were valid and the IRS ended up only disallowing about 15% of my expenses. Had I not hired Pappas I would been assessed taxes, penalties and interest in excess of $100,000. The Pappas group now does all of my accounting work and prepares both my business and personal tax returns.