is how long the IRS has to collect your back taxes (and how long you’ll suffer through liens, levies, wage garnishment, and more if no action is taken).
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Taxpayers that owe back taxes receive an IRS notice to alert them of the amount owed, the due date for payment, IRS penalties and interest, and basic instructions on how to respond. Sometimes it’s easy to take care of your back taxes quickly, but other times, it’s not so simple.
Non-payment of your total due taxes (including late payment) will trigger monthly IRS penalties and interest – something you want to avoid. While these penalties are eventually maxed out, the IRS charges daily interest (typically between three to eight percent). When you continue to not file back taxes, the IRS can file a tax lien for the year you owe the tax debt, garnish your wages or levy your bank accounts. Ideally, when you get that first notice about your back taxes, you’ll want to seek IRS back tax help.