IRS Penalty Abatement
Letter To the IRS Requesting They Remove Your Penalties
The IRS Penalty Abatement program allows taxpayers the ability to remove penalties from their IRS tax debt, by sending in a request letter to the IRS.
The letter must show in detail why the taxpayer is requesting the penalties and interest me removed, and the reason they believe they merit it. The IRS most often will only remove the penalties, which on their own can make up for over 25% of the tax debt.
Beware of False Penalty Abatement Promises!
Beware of tax firms which promise to remove halt and remove all of your penalties and interest just by signing up with them. These companies are only out there to take your money, and in the long run when the IRS denies your request to abate the penalties, you will be the one who wasted your time, money on expensive fee’s, and still have to deal with your tax problem.
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MyTaxHelpAttorney.com’s expert tax professionals have assisted many taxpayers with achieving a Penalty Abatement; there in depth knowledge of IRS rules and procedures allows them the ability to determine if a penalty abatement is the right course of action for your case. Even if you are not qualified for a Penalty Abatement, or if the IRS turns you down, there are still many other tax relief programs which our tax professionals can assist you with. Our tax professionals have strong records of success dealing with the IRS, and successfully requesting Penalty Abatements from the IRS.
How Do I qualify For Penalty Abatement?
There is no defined guidelines for the IRS accepting a Penalty Abatement Request. The IRS asses each taxpayers financial situation in order to determine their eligibility. A few main factors they consider is the taxpayers ability to prove without a reason of doubt that they were not responsible for the late filing or payment of their taxes. The taxpayers track record of filing and paying their taxes is also taken into consideration. Some examples of a legitimate reason for a penalty abatement include;
• A sufficient reason or not being able to file their taxes on time such as being incarnated.
• Incorrect advice received from the IRS in a letter, on the phone, or in person.
• The destruction of documents or tax forms because of a Force Majeure. (Something out of a person’s control such as a fire, flood, or other natural disaster.
• The passing of a close friend, or family member.
• Wrong advice from a licensed tax professional hired to do your taxes, and they did so wrongly, or failed to do so without your knowledge.
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