Re: "Reasonable Cause" in federal tax cases
Posted by Tax Law Student on 3/07/08
Atty Tony Dennison:
I saw the term " reasonable cause" on your website. Explain this
term. Can you please give a few examples of the most common
situations involving "reasonable cause" in federal tax cases?
thank you, Student
On 3/06/08, student wrote:
> Atty Tony Dennison:
> I saw the term " reasonable cause" on your website. Can you
> please give a few examples of "reasonable cause" ?
> thank you
> On 6/28/07, Tony Dennison Esq. wrote:
>> o give you a real answer I would need to talk to you on the
>> Generally you can file a 1040x to correct past mistakes.
>> The Bankruptcy probably won't help you because of the
>> specific laws pertaining to bankruptcy and Federal Tax.
>> Accountant?! They will just mess you up. Most of my clients
>> come from people that have been destroyed by accountants
>> ptrying to play tax attorney before the IRS. Watch out!
>> Give me a call and we can talk.
>> Tony Dennison Esq.
>> On 2/06/07, Tami wrote:
>>> I forgot to report some things on my 2004 tax return, of
>>> which I am in debt to the IRS for almost $5K. I had filed
>>> bankruptcy back in October 2005. My case is not yet
>>> closed. I think I will owe more for 2005 as well as I
>>> found something in my private tax file that was not listed
>>> on my return...is there any way I can consolidate
>>> everything? It's hard to get the IRS people on the
>>> Or should I consult an "IRS" geared tax accountant to help
>>> me get out of this mess before disclosing anything to IRS?
>>> I have less than 90 days to deal with this. I don't want
>>> what little wages I have garnished, I'd reather settle for
>>> an offer & compromise ...I'm totally freaked
Posts on this thread, including this one
- tax debt for prior last three years, 2/06/07, by Tami.
- Re: tax debt for prior last three years, 6/28/07, by Tony Dennison Esq..
- Re: tax debt for prior last three years, 3/06/08, by student.
- Re: "Reasonable Cause" in federal tax cases, 3/07/08, by Tax Law Student.