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Category Archives: Unfiled Taxes


Many Taxpayers Still Owed Refunds

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

According to the IRS, more than 1.5 million taxpayers are still eligible for a refund for tax year 2019, but cannot claim it until they submit a tax return for the same year. The agency estimates that these refunds total nearly $1.5 billion, with an average median refund of almost $900. In most cases,… Read More »


How The IRS Will Contact You

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

The IRS only initiates direct contact with taxpayers in certain situations and in particular ways, namely when a taxpayer has failed to file a tax return or is struggling to pay a tax debt. Typically, taxpayers who encounter these kinds of tax issues will receive multiple letters through the mail from the agency. It… Read More »


Did You Miss the April 18th Tax Filing Deadline?

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Although the deadline for filing taxes for 2022 technically passed on Tuesday, April 18th, those who were unable to file can still do so without incurring significant penalties and fines. There are also options for taxpayers who didn’t file because they are currently unable to pay the entirety of a tax bill. For help… Read More »


IRS Provides Taxpayers With COVID-19-Related Penalty Relief For Certain Tax Returns

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Many taxpayers are still struggling financially from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In response, the IRS recently announced a new tax relief package that should be helpful to many of these families. Under these relief measures, individuals and businesses who failed to file certain 2019 and 2020 tax returns on time will be… Read More »


What To Know About Tax Penalties

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Taxpayers who can’t meet their tax obligations could end up owing a penalty to the IRS. Fortunately, taxpayers can avoid this by entering into a payment plan or installment agreement and paying their debt off over time. To learn more about how to avoid incurring hefty tax penalties, reach out to our legal team… Read More »


Do You Still Need To File Your Taxes?

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

The tax filing deadline for most individuals was in mid-April. Fortunately, those who were unable to meet that deadline can still file their taxes without accruing major penalties. Technically, those who requested an extension have until October to file, but are not barred from doing so earlier, which has a number of benefits. The… Read More »


Avoiding The Accrual Of Penalties And Interest On Unfiled Taxes

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Although the deadline for filing taxes officially passed in mid-May, taxpayers who have not yet filed their taxes are not totally out of luck. In fact, taxpayers who are due refunds, but who missed the tax filing deadline, won’t be assessed a penalty for filing late. Regardless, taxpayers who missed the filing deadline and… Read More »


What It Means To Receive Notice Of A Dishonored Payment From The IRS

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Some taxpayers who have submitted their returns and payments are surprised when they receive Letter 608C, or a Dishonored Check Penalty statement. Having a check (or electronic payment) returned can have significant repercussions for taxpayers, so if you attempted to pay your taxes, but recently received notice that the payment wasn’t honored, you should… Read More »


Eligibility For Equitable Relief

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

Taxpayers who don’t qualify for innocent spouse relief are not automatically out of luck. In fact, there are a few different options for those who are trying to avoid being held responsible for a spouse’s tax debt, so if you received a notice from the IRS of a tax debt for which you are… Read More »


Don’t Forget to Withhold Taxes From Your Unemployment Benefits

By Ronald Cutler, P.A. |

As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on our lives, millions of Americans have found themselves applying for unemployment compensation. Many, however, don’t know that unemployment benefits are actually taxable by the federal government and that those who fail to withhold and pay the proper amount could find themselves in hot water with the IRS…. Read More »