Should I File This Year’s Tax Return?
What if I Do Not Have the Money to Pay Now?
But I Didn’t Earn Enough Income that Requires me to File?
What if I Have Older Years that I Have Not Filed?
This time of year, people around the country often become very confused. Adding to this confusion, the IRS is only two years into implementing the ‘Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’ for tax returns – the sweeping tax reform code that’s leaving even IRS employees with as many questions as answers.
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There are times when income is low enough, that IRS does not require one to file.
However, even when not required, there still are times when it is in your best interest to file.
If you are required to file, should you file if you cannot pay?
This is a common and very costly mistake people make.
Even if you cannot pay, by filing you will avoid being smacked with up to a 25% penalty for failure to file, plus interest on that penalty going forward. This is on top of the up to 25% additional penalty IRS charges for failure to pay on time.
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