The IRS has just announced that it has stopped sending certain letters to taxpayers who owe money or haven’t filed tax returns in previous years.
However, this doesn’t mean you’re off the hook for paying the money you owe and this doesn’t mean you’re off the hook for filing tax returns from previous years.
In fact, the IRS is warning taxpayers that even though certain letters about taxes owed and tax returns that were not filed are not being sent out, interest and penalties may still be accruing.
So if you know you owe money, or if you know you have back tax returns that have not been filed, you should still get your situation fixed.
This is why you should call Legal Tax Defense for your free consultation. Call 800-231-3321.
Legal Tax Defense is happy to give you this free consultation. If your tax problems are not serious the experts at Legal Tax Defense will tell you how to fix your tax problems on your own.
In many cases, a tax debt of up to $10,000 can be handled by the taxpayers themselves.
When you make the free call to Legal Tax Defense they will listen to your situation. Yes, they’ll really listen. They want to understand your problem and issues. Many times the experts at Legal Tax Defense will tell you that you don’t need a professional service and you can resolve your issues on your own without paying for professional guidance. In fact, if you can resolve your issues on your own the experts at Legal Tax Defense will tell you how to do it.
As many of you know I’ve been a TV news reporter for many years. You’ve seen me on CBS, CNN, and CNBC. Over the years I’ve reported on the services of Legal Tax Defense and I know this is an organization where you will get the proper guidance and best services.
If you have tax issues don’t go another sleepless night. Make the free call. The IRS might have stopped sending out letters but the tax issues and the interest and penalties are not going away.
You need professional guidance. Call now to speak to a tax attorney for Free.
Disclaimer: Alan Mendelson is a well-known TV consumer news reporter who reports on tax issues. You should seek professional advice if you have tax questions or issues.