Penalty Abatement

Author: Tax Resolution Attorney Gwin, PLLC |

Tax Resolutions Orlando

You procrastinated too long and failed to file your taxes by the deadline. You didn't put aside enough to pay the tax, and now you will probably have a failure to pay penalty.   

Common penalties include: 

  • Failure to file - when you don't file your tax return by the return due date, April 15th, or extended due date if an extension to file is requested and approved. 
  • Failure to pay - when you don't pay the taxes reported on your return in full by the due date, April 15th. An extension to file doesn't extend the time to pay. 
  • Failure to pay proper estimated tax - when you don't pay enough taxes due for the year with our quarterly estimated tax payment, or through withholding, when required.
  • Dishonored check - when your bank doesn't honor your check or other form of payment.

Contact us for a free consultation to see if you may qualify for a Penalty Abatement.

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