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We’ve consulted on over $16 billion in tax debt since 2007 - See what real people are saying about how we changed their life

Unfiled Taxes Can Be a Real Nightmare.

But there’s only sweet dreams ahead of you with our unfiled tax help.

$1 billion

in unclaimed federal income tax refunds went unclaimed for taxpayers who didn’t file in 2013.

7 million

taxpayers fail to file their income taxes every year.

5 years

in prison could await anyone convicted of evading the assessment of taxes (which includes not filing your taxes).

Why choose Tax Defense Network for unfiled tax help?

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


During your initial no-cost, no-commitment consultation, we gather information about your unfiled taxes, from your reasons behind filing taxes late to your current financial situation.


We deep dive into your delinquent tax return and figure out the best course of action to get you back in good standing.


We do more than just show you how to file past taxes; we work to file past taxes and get you compliant with the IRS on your behalf. Every step of the way, we keep you updated and are always available by phone or email.

“I was afraid and unsure of what to do. [Tax Defense Network] helped me through everything in a very friendly manner. TDN is extremely knowledgeable and helped me with several years of unfiled taxes. They helped me get compliant with both federal and state taxes. I feel like a weight has been lifted off my life. I would recommend TDN to anyone.”

- Lawrence D.

Common Questions About Unfiled Taxes

Q: Can you go to jail for not filing taxes?
Yes. If you are convicted of evading the assessment of taxes (which can include not filing your taxes), you can face 5 years in prison.
Q: What happens if you don’t file taxes?
If you have unfiled taxes, you can face a penalty for not filing taxes and built-up interest charges. You also risk losing your refund and any credits toward Social Security retirement or disability benefits. Loan approvals may be delayed and you could eventually experience IRS collection actions, which include liens, levies, and wage garnishment. You can also face up to 5 years in prison and a fine of $250,000 if you are convicted of tax evasion, which includes not filing your taxes.
Q: How far back does the IRS go for unfiled taxes?
The statute of limitations on unfiled tax returns is six years. That means that the IRS can’t bring criminal charges against you once six years have passed since the date your previous taxes were due. However, the IRS can continue to demand the payment of taxes owed on non-filed returns after those six years.
Q: Who can help with unfiled taxes?
There are many different companies and services that say they offer unfiled taxes help. We may be a little biased, but our tax professionals are skilled and experienced in dealing with unfiled taxes. They’ll work to file any late taxes on your behalf and help you figure out the best course of action moving forward.
Q: Can I file last year’s taxes with this year?
Ideally, you should file last year’s taxes as soon as possible, instead of waiting until you file this year’s taxes. You’ll need to file your back tax returns on the original forms for the tax year you’re filing so you won’t be able to use the same forms for last year as the ones you’re using this year. If you need help figuring out how to file taxes late, Tax Defense Network professionals are always available to help you sort it out.
Q: How many years back can I get a tax refund?
You can only recover tax refunds for the past three years. So, any tax refund older than three years will not be refunded to you or used to credit your tax obligation. To make sure you get any money left on the table for you, you’ll want to file any unfiled taxes ASAP.

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