Amend/File Missing Returns

Need help filing missing returns?

If you have old Tax Returns that have not been filed, we have a proven process to help you get back on track with the IRS. Tax Alliance can conduct a confidential check-up on your behalf to confirm what years need to be filed.

There are a million reasons why taxpayers have not filed their tax returns. Whether you are missing one year or haven’t filed for 10, we can get your returns completed with every allowable write-off you have. If you are not in compliance, you MUST call us today to ensure you get in good standing with the IRS as quickly as possible.

There are times when you should amend your return and times when you shouldn't. Here are some common situations that call for an amendment:

  • You realized you missed out on claiming a tax deduction or credit.
  • You accidentally claimed the wrong tax filing status.
  • You need to add or remove a dependent.
  • You forgot to claim taxable income on your tax return.
  • You realize you claimed an expense, deduction or credit that you weren't eligible to claim.

Taxpayers are required by law to submit an income tax return for any kind of year in which a filing demand exists. There are numerous practical factors to file tax returns. Essential programs like federal aid to college call for candidates to submit copies of income tax returns to get loans. Loan providers likewise might need duplicates of filed returns for buying a home or financing a company.

And also the filing of tax returns can have an incredible impact on your future. A person's lifetime profits as reported to the IRS and also the Social Security Administration are the basis for Social Security retirement and also disability benefits in addition to Medicare. Noted revenue is also the resource for state benefits such as unemployment compensation as well as industrial insurance policy.

You usually don't need to file an amended return if you discover math or clerical errors on a recently filed tax return. The IRS will often correct those types of mistakes on its own and, if necessary, send you a bill for the additional tax due or a refund if the error was in your favor.

Before filing an amended return, make sure the IRS has already processed the tax return you need to amend. That way, you can ensure the IRS won't get your original return and amended return mixed up. If you've already received your tax refund, then you know the IRS has already processed your return.

Just keep in mind that the IRS limits the amount of time you have to file an amended return to claim a refund to:

  • Within three years from the original filing deadline, or
  • Within two years of paying the tax due for that year, if that date is later.

If you're outside of that window, you can't claim a refund by amending your return.

There are more qualifications but let us help you with that. Give us a call today at 800.987.3051 and we can start to take a look at your tax situation. 

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