Concerned about issues with your IRS federal tax return?
Don’t let just anyone prepare or advise you concerning your tax return. Whether business or personal, many tax preparers and their clients are being audited by the IRS. Do you want to be audited? Do you want to risk criminal charges against you by the IRS?
The problem is that 90% of people, who prepare federal tax returns and give advice, are not really qualified.
This problem is worse than you think!
Years ago I, like most others, was trained to put numbers on forms. I had no accounting or audit experience, but I was hired to do tax returns. Now thousands of returns later I realize the potential damage. The IRS is always looking for ways to make taxpayers pay more in taxes. Not only was I missing deductions but my customers were in danger of being audited, since I knew nothing of why returns got audited. Chances are you are in that situation right now. Today, I feel confident that we can help you maximize your federal tax deductions without being afraid of an audit.
My solution to your federal tax return issues.
Never take the IRS for granted. Never take your tax return preparation for granted. Many people now do their own return because they don’t trust the preparer they went to. I don’t blame them. The general public still doesn’t understand the value of using a CPA firm that has many years of IRS audit representation experience. We operate at that level, and our clients are very happy that they can take their deductions without fear of an audit. They are happy that we understand the accounting rules that most tax preparers don’t have a clue about. Many IRS auditors don’t understand them either, as they are not accountants. My clients feel confident that their federal tax return issues are handled properly. If you want to feel that way too, and I know you do, please fill out the contact form now.
Unfiled Delinquent Federal Tax Returns – Form 1065
Maybe you feel guilty, maybe you got an IRS letter about it or maybe someone keeps nagging you about it. Your unfiled delinquent partnership returns – form 1065 are calling and you must file your partnership returns.
If you had a preparer in the past who just put number on the forms, now is the not the time to repeat that mistake.
There are many accounting and tax determinations and elections to consider. Many will save you a lot of money or prevent an audit.
Do the smart thing, hire an experienced CPA firm. Free Evaluation
Fixing unfiled Partnership Returns – Form 1065
If you haven’t filed your partnership returns, you probably haven’t filed your personal returns, or if you did, you left out the items from the K-1. A partnership distributes the net profit and loss to each of the individual tax returns. There are also limitations to taking losses when there is not enough equity in your partnership capital account. I can fix these mistakes for you and reduce the IRS problems related to this. If you need representation, please contact us.
Partnership Tax Return – Case
I had a case where the IRS collection officer was going to treat all the income of a partnership as belonging to my client. He has opened up a bank account in the name of the partnership. He had a partnership agreement that was prepared by his attorney and signed by him and his partner. Since there was unfiled partnership tax returns, form 1065, there was no apparent evidence that the business was operated as a partnership.
After explaining to the collection officer that there was a partnership and after filing the delinquent returns, I was able to cut my client’s income from the business in half.
Maybe I can do this for you too.
Unfiled Delinquent Partnership Returns – Benefits
When looking for a CPA or tax preparer to file delinquent partnership returns, remember that most CPA’s can prepare returns. It will benefit you more to have a CPA experienced in IRS representation.
1065 Partnership Return Filing Deadline
File by the 15th of the 4th month following the close of the tax year.
1065 Partnership Extension To File
File form 7004 to get an additional 6 months.
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