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Though it may take several years, the IRS will catch up with you if you haven’t filed your tax returns. Failing to file your returns is a criminal offense that can be prosecuted and punished with jail time. A delinquent taxpayer can serve one year of jail time for each year not filed.
JB Tax and Accounting can give you peace of mind by helping you get in compliance. By voluntarily filing your delinquent returns, you'll likely avoid repercussions other than interest and penalties. Waiting for the IRS to file for you will result in a return with few if any deductions, since the IRS will file a return that is in the best interest of the government.
All non-filed returns must be filed before you are back in compliance with the IRS. You will likely owe taxes, interest, and penalties after the returns are filed, and then we can determine the best plan of action to get you back in good standing.
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