This course discusses reasons why taxpayers fail to file timely tax returns and the implications they face with IRS for the late filed returns. Preparation of tax returns with potentially missing information is addressed along with resolution of IRS issues related to non-filing during examination and/or collection.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe how many years of late filed returns are generally required by IRS.
  • Understand what penalties apply to a non-filer.
  • Identify methods to obtain missing tax information to file a late return.
  • Describe basic collection alternatives available if the late filed return has a balance due.

Education Information

Length: 100 minutes 

Prerequisite: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

IRS Program Number for Self-Study On-Demand Webinar: NMVBP-T-00144-20-S 

Delivery Method: Self-Study

Field of Study: Federal Tax (IRS)

Credit hours: 2 IRS

Instructor: Sherrill Trovato, EA, USTCP Click here to learn more about the instructor

All continuing education credit is provided through Gregory & Associates, Inc. which is doing business as Compass Tax Educators. Click here for more information regarding our education policies.

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