Failing To File Your Tax Returns

Don't go to jail over failing to file your tax returns.
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Failing to file your tax returns can cost you. Learn what to do when you fail to file.

Failing to file your tax returns can lead to huge civil penalties and, in some cases, criminal charges. If you failed to file your tax return, you should quickly come up with a plan and take action. The longer you wait, the worse the consequences could be—from wage garnishment to a lien against your home. For the best advice and assistance negotiating with the IRS, you need an accomplished tax attorney like the ones at Robinson & Henry. Call for your case assessment today.