Some taxpayers may be entitled to abatement (relief) from federal tax penalties if you made a legitimate effort to satisfy legal demands, due to events beyond your control, known as reasonable cause.
If you have received a notice from the Internal Revenue Service review it fully for correctness. You are eligible for penalty relief if you failed to file a tax return, failed to pay on time, failed to deposit certain taxes on time and some other circumstances on occasion.
To meet the Internal Revenue Service’s reasonable cause requirement you must have made all reasonable efforts to meet your tax obligations but couldn’t due to something like a natural disaster or serious illness. The Internal Revenue Service does not consider the inability to pay a reasonable cause not to file see http://fasttaxhelp.org/should-i-request…to-file-my-taxes/ for more information on the penalty for not filing taxes.
To Establish Reasonable Cause:
The Internal Revenue Service will need to know what happened and when. The actual events that kept you from filing and paying on time. How those events prevented you from filing and/or paying your taxes on time. Did your circumstances interfere with other responsibilities? When your situation changed what steps did you take to try to correct the situation?
The Internal Revenue Service may require documentation to support your request such as court or medical records or documentation of a natural disaster.
The interest on the actual penalty can be removed if the penalty is forgiven. Interest on any remaining balance will not be forgiven and will continue to accrue until it is paid in full.
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