Did you know that not filing IRS tax returns often triggers IRS collection and in extreme cases can lead to criminal investigation? In the first part of this two-part article, the Tax Resolution Institute will illuminate the process of how the IRS investigates these type of cases. If you failed to file your tax return, we will show you what happens and the first steps taken by the Internal Revenue Service. We will also explain why you need to take action by accessing the help of a qualified professional. In the second part of this article, we will delve deeper by discussing potential criminal consequences.
Did you know that most non-filing investigations initiated by the IRS result from computer matches? Always evolving their 21st Century cyber capabilities, the IRS uses both the “stop filer program” and the “non-filer program” to discover tax return delinquencies. These two categories trigger a large number of investigations. A delinquent taxpayer is always better off addressing their issue voluntarily rather than waiting for the IRS to take action.