The IRS hasn’t contacted me yet, but I know that I’m in trouble. I know that I haven’t paid all of my taxes. I just need a little more time to make the money, and then I can send the IRS a check. Should I wait it out and hope that the IRS doesn’t send me a letter? Should I contact a Norman tax lawyer?

Let’s answer your last question first. You should probably contact an experienced Norman tax attorney as soon as possible. Your lawyer can review your case with you, make sure that you truly owe the IRS back taxes, and determine how best to proceed with the agency.

While the IRS may not have caught on to your unpaid taxes yet, or informed you that it has caught on, you may continue to accrue interest and penalties during this time. This can add significantly to your final tax bill. Accordingly, it may not be advisable to wait until the IRS contacts you. Instead, it may benefit you to be proactive about your tax problem and to try to settle it before it becomes any worse.

When you contact a Norman tax lawyer, we will discuss all of your options with you. We will work hard to remove the stress of this tax problem from you, and we will zealously advocate for a fair settlement with the IRS so that you can move on with your life.

For more information, we invite you to contact us via this website or by calling 800-721-7054 to schedule an initial consultation. We also encourage you to download and read our FREE book, The Ultimate Survival Guide for IRS Problems, to learn more.