Common IRS problems and How to Solve Them
If you’ve been on YouTube for any amount of time, odds are you’ve seen a recommended video wherein an individual (perhaps a police officer or hacker) answers one of those spam phone calls from the “IRS.” Not only are these videos are incredibly entertaining, they’re also important to watch since they serve as an educational warning of what one should do if they ever receive one of these calls. First and foremost, it should be known that the IRS will never call anyone for any reason. If you’re facing IRS problems, you will receive a letter delineating exactly what’s wrong. So if you require assistance with the IRS, don’t drive to Walmart to purchase gift cards to ship off to whoever’s pretending to be the IRS on the other end of the phone; instead, you can seek assistance from your trustworthy CPAs at Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Cooper, LLC! Keep reading to learn more about some common IRS problems.
Tax Return Error
Taxes are complicated and it’s easy to make small mistakes that snowball into gian problems. If you don’t feel confident in your tax return or you feel a nagging feeling in the back of your mind, play it safe and visit CRRC before you file your taxes. You’re better off having a certified public accountant take a look at your taxes before you file. Once you’re okay to file, you won’t feel uncertain or unsure about what the future holds.
Failed to File Your Tax Return/Didn’t File on Time
Tax season can sneak up on the best of us. If you forget to file your taxes or you file them late, you may face penalties and other stressful issues. If you missed the deadline, make sure to reach out to your accountant so you can see which path to take from there.
Owing Taxes You Didn’t Pay
Here’s where you’ll start receiving mail from the IRS. If it turns out you paid less than what you owed in taxes, then the IRS will send you a CP14 form which includes what they believe the difference you owe to be. If you think this was their mistake or if you require any guidance or assistance, the team at Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Cooper, LLC will gladly help.
Get The Help You Deserve
Although this year’s tax season just passed us by, it’s never too late to start planning for next year. Visit Clifford, Ross, Raudenbush & Cooper, LLC today, so we can provide the guidance you deserve.