Robert J. Fedor, Esq., L.L.C.

Delinquency Archives

Delinquent tax filers and payers advised to take action

Some people are by nature procrastinators. Others have mastered the art of avoidance or plain old ignoring the problem in hopes it will just goes away. In most cases, however, these tactics are not successful. This is especially the case when dealing with the IRS and matters related to filing and paying one's taxes.

Dealing with tax delinquency, IRS penalties and back taxes

It's been just about one month since the deadline to file 2013 state and federal tax returns came and went. Individuals and small business owners, who failed to file or pay their taxes, may believe they are in the clear and that the Internal Revenue Service won't discover they didn't file or pay their taxes. This assumption, however, is wrong and, when it comes to the IRS, it’s important to remember that no news isn't necessarily good news.

Pursuing an offer in compromise could settle delinquent taxes

As the April 15 deadline to file federal income tax returns has come and gone, many people might be awaiting correspondence from the Internal Revenue Service. Some might be expecting a refund check. On the other hand, those who are in tight financial circumstance might dread getting a notice of delinquency from tax officials.