Many of my clients come to see me about penalties assessed against them by the IRS. For example, if you don’t file your return on time or if you do not pay your tax by the due date you may be assessed a penalty. The following is a list of nine things the IRS wants you to know about the two different penalties you may face if you do not pay or file on time.
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If your tax return is audited by the Oregon Department of Revenue, you will likely receive a Notice of Deficiency at the conclusion of the audit. If you receive a Notice of Deficiency or Notice of Assessment, or any other notice from the Department of Revenue, consult with an experienced tax attorney who understands the assessment and collection process and who will advocate on your behalf