If you're a person or business who hasn't filed tax returns in a very long time or just a short while, the launch of the 2017 tax season might be your reminder to take action or at least "figure out" how to solve your tax issue. You might relate to these scenarios...
Five years have passed and you haven't filed tax returns. You wonder, "will the IRS ever find me?" in the middle of many a night. The next week you open a letter from the IRS with palms sweating.
Or you might be the guy who hasn't filed in 20 years. You're a strictly cash-based sub-contractor and not filing forever has you scared. Retirement looms and you've never contributed taxes to Social Security you'll need.
If you haven't filed returns, the IRS either puts the heat on you or you act preemptively on your own:
- What Motivates People to File Tax Returns? A Survey.
- If You Haven't Filed Tax Returns in 3 Years? 7 Years? 15 Years? What to Do? A Primer.
- Being a Self-Employed Person and Not Filing Tax Returns - Why Get into the System?
Our business is designed to help non-filers of multiple tax returns. We usually begin our cases by researching our client's IRS record.