Unfiled Taxes Assistance Service

File your Taxes

If you haven’t filed your taxes in the last 10 years, it’s time to get help.

The vast majority of Americans are required to file taxes annually. If you don’t file your taxes, you may face monetary penalties and legal repercussions.

If you owe the IRS money, it can be a painful experience. It’s even worse when you don’t know where to turn for help.

Wondering what the consequences of not filing your taxes are?

At Nationwide Tax Resolution, we pride ourselves on helping our clients get back on track and avoid consequences such as paying penalties.

It’s time to get help with your taxes from the experts at Nationwide Tax Resolution. We’ll even file your returns for you if you haven’t done that in 10 years!

Why you should File your past due tax return now

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Avoid Interest and Penalties

If you don't file your taxes, your debt goes up. And it keeps going up until you file.

You'll be charged a penalty of 0.5% per month on the amount you owe until it's paid, or 25% of your tax debt. The IRS also charges interest on the amount you owe.

If your debt remains unpaid, the IRS may take collection actions such as seizing your property and assets or garnishing your wages.

Claim your Tax Refund

If you don't file your return, you risk losing your tax refund money. You have three years to file a return and claim your refund. After three years, you forfeit any refund money you may be owed. The IRS may also hold your current refund if you have one or more past due returns.

The IRS will send you an audit notice when they discover that you owe income tax, if they believe that you have filed a fraudulent return, or if they suspect identity theft has occurred.