Non-Filer Assistance FAQ

March 25, 2014
What penalties can IRS impose on delinquent tax filings?

What penalties can IRS impose on delinquent tax filings?

Non-filing has a price and thus when you are eventually forced into compliance, interest and penalties may easily double the debt that would have been owed […]
March 25, 2014
How will the government force me to file returns?

How will the government force me to file returns?

The IRS uses a variety of methods to force compliance. ACS employees may contact neighbors, employers and others in an attempt to secure information about the […]
March 25, 2014

Tax attorney representation when re-entering tax system

The non-filer would be wise to withhold any information from the trusted tax preparer initially because of the threat of criminal prosecution and the preparer’s lack […]
March 25, 2014
IRS has not previously filed substitute returns

IRS has not previously filed substitute returns

All that is necessary is to file the delinquent returns. If information to file (Original W-2s, 1099s etc.) is unavailable, the information can be gleaned from […]
March 25, 2014

What happens after the IRS identifies me as a non-filer?

Once a non-filer has been identified, a series of computer-generated notices are mailed to the taxpayer at their last known address. Where no response is received […]
March 25, 2014
Why do people drop out of the tax system?

Why do people drop out of the tax system?

People drop out of the tax system for a variety of reasons including: procrastination, the inability to pay, divorce, business failure, job layoff, illness, not understanding […]