Tax Relief Specialists Help Non-Filers Get Compliant Now That Deadline Has Passed

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Now that the April 15th deadline to file federal taxes has passed, the experts at Tax Relief Specialists are helping non-filers from 2007 and past years comply with the IRS.

Anyone who neglected to file their taxes before this year's deadline is considered a non-filer, but the IRS tax relief professionals at Tax Relief Specialists can help these individuals to get compliant with the Internal Revenue Service. Since the April 15th tax deadline has passed there is a whole new group of non-filers, in addition to people who have unfiled tax returns for the last few years.

An unfiled tax return can be big trouble, as the recent highly publicized case with Wesley Snipes shows. The actor just received a three-year jail sentence for not filing his federal taxes on time. The experts at Tax Relief Specialists get non-filers compliant, whether they owe a couple thousand dollars from one unfiled tax return or if they owe hundreds of thousands of dollars from several years of unfiled tax returns.

When a taxpayer does not file a return, the IRS is forced to adopt a "Substitute for Return," which allows them to use bank deposits as the taxpayer's gross income. That can be detrimental to a taxpayer, because it doesn't allow them any deductions and it outrageously inflates their tax liability. And the Statute of Limitations will not begin when a Substitute for Return (SFR) is entered by the IRS; the return must be filed in order for the statute to begin. The IRS tax relief experts at Tax Relief Specialists keeps their clients from falling into that trap, however, by filing a business return showing their true operating costs. Once the IRS puts the return through and reverses the SFR, the tax liability is reduced to nothing.

When returns are filed on time they are usually given a three year Statute of Limitations by the IRS to audit, assess any additional taxes and/or bring a court order to the taxpayer. Anyone whose 2007 return hasn't been filed will be susceptible to an adjustment of additional taxes, audits and the IRS trying to collect taxes owed. Anyone in this situation is recommended to contact the IRS tax relief professionals at Tax Relief Specialists for more information about their options.

For additional information, visit or call 1-800-405-8360.

About Tax Relief Specialists:
The professionals at Tax Relief Specialists have more than 40 years of IRS experience. They are aware of their clients' needs and are dedicated to finding them the maximum amount of tax relief obtainable. They started this company knowing they wanted to help people get out of their tax trouble while also helping them rebuild their lives. Tax issues are a very sensitive topic, and Tax Relief Specialists know that people would rather not be in a position to have to call for help, so they not only want their clients to treat them as a trusted friend, but they guarantee that all information will always remain confidential and protected.

Tax Relief Specialists handles numerous cases every week, and they charge per case. This allows them to keep their costs down for all of their clients because they specialize in this type of service. A CPA or Tax Attorney, on the other hand, will charge their normal hourly rate if they can fit this type of case into their daily business schedule. Tax Relief Specialists use their years of experience just for this service on a daily basis.

Tax Relief Specialists can help with any state or IRS tax issue and no problem is too big for them to handle. Since most of their correspondence with the IRS is going to go through their office, the IRS will stop pursuing the client once they start working with them, and will defer to their office. Once they finish with a case, those tax problems will go away.

Their attorneys are up to date on all the IRS tax codes and the formulas they use for calculations. Tax Relief Specialists know just by the client's evaluation how much relief they will be able to receive. Their attorneys work hard bargaining with the IRS, so clients can get the maximum amount of benefit from their services.

Joseph Caico
Huntington Beach, CA 92647


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