IRS Penalty Abatement

IRS penalties can quickly accumulate, increasing your tax debt. It’s crucial to explore your penalty abatement options to potentially reduce or eliminate these penalties.

Control tax debt with penalty abatement

What is IRS Penalty Abatement?

Penalty abatement is a process that allows taxpayers to request relief from IRS penalties. The IRS considers penalty abatement on a case-by-case basis.

To be eligible for penalty abatement, you must demonstrate reasonable cause or show that you acted in good faith. Examples of reasonable cause include natural disasters, serious illness or injury, death in the family, or unavoidable absence. Acting in good faith means that you made an honest effort to comply with the tax laws, but still encountered difficulties.

The goal of penalty abatement is to provide a second chance and help you overcome financial setbacks caused by penalties.

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First-Time Penalty Abatement

There are different types of penalty abatement available, depending on the circumstances and the specific penalties imposed. One of the most common types of penalty relief is first-time penalty abatement. If you’ve been hit with a failure-to-file or failure-to-pay penalty, you may be eligible for this type of relief if you:

  • Filed all required tax returns or requested an extension
  • Paid all taxes due or made payment arrangements with the IRS
  • Have a good record with the IRS – no penalties for the prior three (3) years

It’s important to note that there is a time limit on requesting penalty abatement. If you want to reduce or remove your tax penalties, take action as soon as possible!

See If You Qualify For Penalty Relief

Need Tax Relief?

Complete the Questionnaire Below to See If You Qualify.

Which type of tax relief do you need?
How much do you owe in federal back taxes?
(OK to estimate)
Do you have any late or unfiled tax returns?
How many years of unfiled tax returns do you have?
Do you need help because you can’t pay your taxes in full at this time?
Do you currently have an installment agreement or payment plan with the IRS?
Have you received a collection letter from the IRS?
Are you Currently Employed?

Thank you for your interest in IRS Fresh Start. At this time, we are unable to assist with your tax situation. We recommend contacting the IRS directly at 800-829-1040 to see what options may be available to you.

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