July 31, 2012
IRS Lawyer Nick Nemeth knows that nothing good comes from refusing to file taxes. A dented bank account and possible jail time are just some of the worries for tax evaders.
“You’d be better off filling out your forms blindfolded with a paintbrush than not filing and facing the consequences” said IRS Lawyer Nick Nemeth (http://www.dallas-irs-help.com).
The fee for failure to file is 10 times worse than the late payment penalty and starts at five percent for each month or partial month a taxpayer is behind. Waiting 60 days or more after the due date for the return, the least the taxpayer will pay is whichever of these two options is smaller: $135 or 100% of the unpaid balance.
On top of the failure to file penalty, 0.5% fee is assessed on any unpaid taxes every month till the balance is paid. CBS Money Watch, Yahoo Finance, The Miami Herald and Morningstar. Nick brings fifteen years of legal experience as an IRS Lawyer to those who truly need it. Nick’s ultimate goal in his practice, for any of his clients, is to provide efficient, cost-effective legal representation.
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