Act Now on Your Unfiled Back Tax Returns
Failed to file your federal or state tax returns? Maybe even for multiple years? It’s more common than you might think. If you wait until the government comes after you, the results can be disastrous; you can lose your assets and suddenly find yourself unable to pay your bills. Penalties and interest can grossly inflate your tax liabilities. Your bank accounts can be frozen. Your wages can be garnished. Criminal charges and prison time are even a possibility.
You must take is to act immediately. Call us now, before another day goes by. Our tax attorneys can help with your unfiled tax returns before enforcement actions are taken against you. The best thing you can do is file your back taxes, even if you cannot pay in full.
No Need to Dig Through Old Records
Don’t worry if you have no records for those years where you did not file taxes. Ayar Law can obtain income and expense information directly from the IRS and combine that information with the results of our forensic accounting analysis in order to prepare accurate tax returns that take full advantage of the law so you need pay no more than legally necessary.
The Best Solution for Your Individual Situation
Failing to pay your taxes is not a crime if you do not have the means. Ayar Law’s Michigan tax attorneys will examine your specific situation and take the best actions to stop collections against you and enable you to pay within your means. In fact, you may never have to pay your back taxes, depending upon your financial condition.
If you have unfiled back tax returns, the longer you wait to file, the worse your situation gets, contact Michigan Tax Attorney Venar Ayar today to get your free advice.
For more information about consequences of not filing taxes and various options to handle your situation, see:
- 10 Tips for Responding to IRS Notices
- Fight That Urge to Flight: How to Deal with those Pesky IRS Notices and Settle Your IRS Tax Bill
- Do I Need to Hire a Tax Attorney?
- Choosing the Right Tax Preparer
- Tips on How to Get Your IRS Penalties Waived
- Penalty Relief Available for People Who Pay the IRS Late