Each year, there are thousands of people throughout the United States who fail to file tax returns. Whether these individuals are dealing with personal difficulties or a struggling business, what began as a minor oversight can easily snowball into an overwhelming and terrifying tax situation with the IRS.
At Thinking Outside The Box, Inc., our experienced attorney is equipped to intervene in this situation, providing the step-by-step guidance you need to get your taxes back on track and in accordance with the expectations of the IRS. Located in Naperville, Illinois, our law firm is committed to providing clients throughout the Chicago metropolitan area with practical solutions designed to alleviate their stress and anxiety. Contact us today.
We Can Reconstruct Your Records And Help You Avoid Criminal Prosecution
Despite how much you owe, our office can help you reconstruct your records, file delinquent returns on your behalf, resolve outstanding tax obligations and help you avoid criminal prosecution. If you have received a notice for a missing return, it is absolutely vital that you act quickly. If the IRS has not yet contacted you and you know you have not filed a tax return or tax returns, our lawyers can help you return to compliance through a voluntary disclosure process with the IRS or various state and local tax authorities.
It can be stressful — and quite frankly, scary — to think about filing past tax years’ tax returns. The numbers can be overwhelming. You may think that if you do not file your tax return, the IRS will ignore you. This is never true. This strategy drastically increases your interest, penalties and the possibility that you will be indicted for tax evasion.
Even if you have lost all of your past tax records, it is not too late. Our firm has direct access to IRS files. We can help you recreate your records and find out how much you have paid in interest. Even if there is no record, we can help you recreate accurate tax returns. Don’t let fear and uncertainty stand in the way. Allow us to evaluate your situation and come up with a positive strategy based on your needs and goals.
The IRS has no access to information regarding potential deductions and credits to which you are entitled. As a result, nearly every time we have filed past-due tax returns on behalf of our clients, the client has ended up owing much less than the IRS anticipated.