Is there a chance that you or whoever filed a previous tax return for you made a mistake? If so, you will be liable. This means that you could be cheating yourself out of money that the IRS owes you, or you could end up owing the IRS. If what you owe ends up being too much to handle, you could possibly lose your property, have your bank account frozen, or have a lien put on your house, among other things.
This simple mistake could cost you everything, which is why it needs to be addressed as soon as possible. You have anywhere between two and three years to make amends, but waiting until the last minute could be costly. Call us today and we can look over your tax documents for you to see what could have been missed.
Our licensed professionals know what to look for and are familiar with all tax procedures. We can analyze both new and old tax returns and get you the results you need! Compared to what you may lose to the IRS for a mistake on a tax return, letting us help you can be considered a worthwhile investment!