How Good People Solve Bad IRS Problems - Nick Nemeth - Manual / Resource - Page 27
End Your IRS Problems
haven’t filed your 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003
tax returns, and you can probably guess how much tax
What most taxpayers don’t know is how the IRS
calculates the penalties and interest they add on to
every taxpayer’s bill. And more importantly, they
don’t know this very well kept dirty little secret about
the IRS, which is that ...
IRS Computers Regularly Make Mistakes!
You should be aware that when the IRS is calculating
the Penalties and Interest that they’re adding to your
account, the numbers may be wrong. If so, the IRS is
attempting to collect money you don’t even owe.
The incorrect computation of penalties and interest
is just one of the many ways the IRS regularly makes
mistakes in deciding what you owe them. Here are
some others ...
Failure to Post Tax Returns
The IRS processes millions of paper tax returns every
year. Some returns are lost in the mail and never get
to the IRS for processing. Or worse, they get lost in
cyberspace and are not e-filed like they are supposed
If you have filed a tax return and it was never
processed ... your IRS record most likely shows that
you owe more money than you would if your tax
return had been properly processed.
You must obtain and review your IRS transcript to
make sure that every tax return you filed is posted
and that all of the filing dates and amounts paid are
A simple mistake in this area by the IRS could cost you
thousands of dollars in penalties and interest.
If the IRS is basing how much you owe on incorrect
facts or incorrect numbers ... then the amount of