It Is Not Too Early (Or Too Late)

April 15. “Tax day”. A day that is synonymous with the idea of filing your income taxes with the IRS.

Cultural institutions such as The Simpsons have based episode plots around a character working frantically to get their tax return in order and in the mail by the time the post office closes on April 15. 

If you are on the wrong side of the IRS there is another day you with which you need to familiarize yourself: today. As in right now. 

If you owe back taxes, face an audit, have unfiled returns, or need relief from collections, there is no reason to wait until April 15 to take care of your tax problems. Every day you wait is another day for interest to pile up, IRS agents to dig further through your finances, and another day of unbearable stress as you worry about your future. 

Speaking with an experienced tax attorney can put your mind at ease and create a clear picture of the options available to you. You can rely on an attorney to explain the reality of your situation – dispelling the common myths about IRS tax issues – and begin the process of resolving your tax issues so you can move on with your life. 

Making your tax issues a thing of the past does not have to be a New Year’s resolution or wait until tax day 2019. It’s never too early or too late to take the first step; you can do that today.