Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Can I go to prison for not filing a tax return?

Among several criminal tax offenses, not filing a tax return with the IRS is punishable by one year in prison for each year not filing, up to six years. Other criminal offenses include tax evasion and the possibility of a variety of criminal and civil allegations. If you are audited by the IRS or State, don’t discuss the case with anyone other than a tax attorney, because anyone you talk to can be called to testify against you.

Get your tax questions for the IRS and State answered by a tax attorney without having to talk to a government agent who wants your money. You have rights that a government agent does not need to tell you about or may not even know, but the tax attorneys at Moskowitz LLP will look out for your best interests.

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