At McCauley Law Offices, we specialize in solving IRS tax problems every day, including helping clients with IRS delinquent tax filings.
Failure to file a tax return can lead to serious consequences, including substantial fines and even imprisonment. Whether you have multiple years of unfiled returns or are facing a notice for a missing return, our firm can help you reconstruct your records and file delinquent returns on your behalf. Our expertise lies in stopping potential criminal cases and achieving tax compliance for our clients.
If you’re facing issues related to unfiled tax returns, we are here to assist you in negotiating simple solutions and avoiding potential criminal prosecution.
We offer legal options to avoid criminal prosecution and resolve your outstanding tax obligations with the IRS and state taxing authorities. If you haven’t been contacted by the IRS yet, but know you have unfiled tax returns, we can assist you in returning to tax compliance through a voluntary disclosure process. Our team handles such cases regularly and has the knowledge and experience to guide you effectively.
Our dedicated team provides personalized solutions. We offer the following programs and options:
You can rely on McCauley Law Offices for expert advice and personalized solutions to resolve your IRS delinquent tax filings.
In one case, a taxpayer had neglected to file tax returns for an extended period of 15 years. Seeking help, they turned to a CPA, who prepared and filed all 15 returns without considering the IRS’s requirements. The taxpayer was left with a staggering tax liability of several hundred thousand dollars. Realizing that simply cutting a check was not a feasible option, the taxpayer contacted McCauley Law office. Our experienced attorneys discovered that the CPA had filed significantly more returns than required, leading to additional financial burdens. To regain tax compliance, our firm typically constructs an agreement with the IRS to file the last six tax returns. However, in this case, the CPA’s actions proved costly, totaling over $300,000. If you have unfiled tax returns, it is essential to seek the exclusive representation of an attorney dedicated to resolving IRS matters. Many accountants may prioritize filing more returns to increase their income, often overlooking the most favorable resolution for the taxpayer.