Do You Have Unfiled Tax Returns?

Gain Peace of Mind – No Matter How Late You Are

People fail to file their tax returns for all sorts of reasons. Regardless, failing to file your tax returns is a criminal offense. Citizens who do not file can be prosecuted and punished with potential jail time, one year for each year not filed. Why risk potentially losing your freedom for failing to file your tax returns!
Sometimes the IRS will file returns for you after they have repeatedly requested you file your returns. When the IRS files your returns for you, they are filed in the best interest of the government, usually with little or none of the deductions you are entitled to. You have the right to file an original return no matter how late it is! If you haven’t filed in a few years or many years, we can help, no matter how late your returns are. Let us give you the peace of mind you deserve by helping you get in compliance with the law.

Call us today at (508) 655-1500 to schedule an appointment with one of our licensed tax professionals and soon you will be sleeping like a baby!

Preparing for Tax Season 2011: What To Do If You Have Outstanding Tax Problems

It’s that time of year again, when newspapers and websites are full of information about what you need to do to get ready for the upcoming tax season.  There’s lots of websites that offer free tax preparation, agencies that coordinate volunteer tax preparers and do-it-yourself guides that promise to reduce even the most complex return into a quick and easy refund check.

It sounds like good advice – but is it good for you?

The answer is a qualified “It depends!”  Many of the resources you’ll find listed in articles like these are great for taxpayers who have simple returns and are current with their tax obligations. However, if you’re currently embroiled in negotiations with the IRS or have tax issues that you haven’t addressed, you need professional assistance.

Finding Help For Your Tax Problems

The best way to help yourself resolve your tax problems is to work with a qualified tax professional.  You have to be honest with these people and let them know the full magnitude of what they’re dealing with.  Don’t withhold information for fear that the tax professional might ‘judge you’ – there’s nothing that they haven’t heard before!

Often times, people think that their tax problem is so unique and one of a kind that nothing could be done to resolve it.  Nothing can be further from the truth! Every tax problem has a solution.  You just need to work with someone who knows how to find it!

This year, the deadline for filing your 2010 federal tax return is April 18th.  That means you have just over one hundred days to get ready to send your return and any payment due to the IRS.  You also have one hundred days to start addressing your outstanding tax issues. Don’t wait until the last minute — there’s nothing harder to find than a tax expert with a free moment on April 15th!  You deserve expert assistance with your tax problems.