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Bristol, CT Relief from Tax Penalties, Interest and Late Charges
The addition of any extra charges can quickly make large tax bills unpayable. While taxpayers often "freeze up" and fail to address their tax concerns, additional charges make matters worse. However, it's never too late to solve tax problems, even with the imposition of interest, penalties and late charges. All tax problems are solvable, even in their worst stages.
Addressing overdue tax amounts and additional charges often requires the help and support of dedicated tax debt professionals. At the Law Offices of Neil Crane, we've been solving tax and financial problems for Bristol area residents since 1983. To obtain a free consultation with an experienced attorney, call us at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027.
ABATING AND RESOLVING TAX PENALTIES AND EXTRA CHARGES
In certain circumstances, taxing authorities may abate or eliminate certain late fees and additional charges, although interest payments are at statutory rates and are only eliminated through State and Federal tax compromises.
Tax Penalty Abatements require the consent of State or Federal tax authorities based upon the nature of tax, the circumstances involved and avenues for collectability. All abatements require full disclosure and proper presentation of assets and available income.
Tax Late Fee Abatements or forgiveness is only available with the consent of tax revenue collectors upon proper application and acceptance of a Settlement Agreement.
Interest on Late Tax Obligations Interest on all local, State and Federal taxes is created by statutory authority at fixed rates or variable statutory interest rates.
To learn more about getting relief from tax penalties, interest and late charges, call the Bristol tax relief attorneys for your free consultation today. When you call us at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027, you will immediately speak with a specialized attorney. We never use voice mail.