When it’s been some time since you’ve filed your tax returns—or even just one—the IRS will eventually realize it and then do something you don’t want to happen: They’ll do your tax returns for you. This is called Substitute for Return, is essentially gives them a blank check where what you owe is concerned (and they’ll add on penalties and interest, too). This is why it’s vital that you have a strong tax accountant step in, perhaps before the IRS has discovered the missing returns, and prepare and file these returns for you.
When you have an experienced CPA like Schneider proactively take care of your unfiled returns, you’re more likely to avoid the other non-monetary penalties of not filing—like an audit and even jail time. If you’re at risk for any of this, it’s time to get your financial house in order—immediately. But should you need a CPA attorney, consider the services of James J. Schneider, Attorney at Law.
Schneider is your ally in resolving your tax problems, and we’re extremely qualified to provide IRS help: Our team has both accounting and legal expertise, so we know how to be creative in limiting your tax liability while remaining compliant. We’re attuned to your needs and here to handle all of your concerns.
Having worked for decades with the IRS, we’ve honed in on some greatly helpful insights and effective communications. That, presented with your case and your willingness to see it through, can go a long way in easing situation and getting a receptive representative—whom you’ll never have to deal with.