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Deal with Your Delinquent Tax Issue Head-On.

Tax delinquency is no joke, but it’s not the end of the world. We can help you figure it out.

In 2016, the following IRS enforcement activities occurred to taxpayers on the delinquent tax list:

470,602 liens

were filed.

869,196 levies

were requested upon third parties like employers and financial institutions.

436 possessions

were seized by the Field Collection program.

Why choose Tax Defense Network for help with delinquent taxes?

A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau

Work with trusted professionals who care about bringing you peace of mind.

Licensed tax professionals

With a decade in business, our extensive expertise is at your service.

Free initial consultation

Commitment-free, no-cost consultation with a tax professional to get started.

Easy, affordable, and customized to you

Personalized solutions that fit your life and your budget.

What We Do

Consultation

Your initial free, no-commitment consultation will be spent filling us in on your current delinquent tax situation and giving us financial context.

Investigation

Once we’ve got a good understanding of your delinquent tax issue, we’ll work to create personalized recommendations for you.

Resolution

Once we’ve selected a plan of attack with you, we will work tirelessly with the IRS on your behalf to achieve the resolution you deserve and get your name off the IRS tax delinquent list. No matter what, we’ll always be just a phone call or email away.

“Tax Defense Network helped me resolved my delinquent tax issues with the IRS. Their step-by-step instructions were easy to follow and complete. My personal representative was always patient and courteous. Their keeping in touch with me helped keep my mind at ease. I am glad that I used Tax Defense Network to resolve my tax issues and highly recommend their services.”

- George C.

Common Questions About Delinquent Taxes

Q: What are delinquent taxes?
Delinquent taxes are a result of a failure to file taxes or a missed tax return payment. A delinquent tax return notice from the IRS is the first of many, so you still have time to fix things before they escalate.
Q: What do I do if I receive a delinquent tax notice?
If you file your tax return within eight weeks from the date of the notice, congrats – you don’t need to do anything else. Here are alternative options for those dealing with tax delinquency:
  • To send your tax return: Use the response form with your notice and mail to the address listed.
  • If you disagree with the notice’s claims: If the contents of the notice or the reason for receiving it aren’t compatible with your records, you will need to contact the IRS via phone or in writing. If you don’t respond, the estimated tax may become final despite the accuracy of the IRS’s claims.
  • If you cannot pay: Whether you are unable to afford the full, partial or any amount of the owed tax debt, we can help you apply for a tax debt payment plan.
Q: What can happen if I’m on the IRS tax delinquent list?
Here's what can happen;
  • The IRS can file a return on your behalf called a Substitute for Return (SFR). This does not include any credits and deductions for which you may be eligible and enables the IRS to move forward with a debt assessment.
  • Delinquent payroll taxes can elicit more severe action, such as prosecution for tax evasion or incarceration.
  • If unaddressed over time, the IRS can issue liens, levies, wage garnishment and other penalties.
Q: Can the IRS really hold my tax refund if I’m on the delinquent tax list?
If you have not filed past tax returns, the IRS can legally hold any refunds until the missing returns are filed to ensure you don’t have a tax debt. In this case, you’ll receive a Notice CP-88 in the mail to inform you of the situation. File any unfiled tax returns or contact the IRS to explain that you have already filed or are not required to. Any previous refund money will be applied to satisfy your tax debt.

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