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Interest and Penalties | Penalty Abatement | Remove IRS Late Fees
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IRS Penalty Abatement 3 Ways to Apply
IRS penalty abatement is a tax relief program. This program provides an opportunity to the taxpayers who have failed to pay off their taxes on time and penalties and interest are charged on the actual amount of tax payable. Penalties and interest are charged on a regular basis if a taxpayer has failed to pay of the taxes. With IRS help in the form of penalty abatement, a taxpayer can remove the penalties and interest charged on the actual amount payable if he has a genuine reason which can prove his failure of payment.
There are 3 ways for applying for IRS penalty abatement. A taxpayer can select any one way out of the following three for discussing his matter with the IRS. There is a list of causes prepared by the IRS which they will consider genuine for the failure of payment. So it is important for every taxpayer that before applying for penalty abatement he must assure himself that the reason which he will be providing is strong enough. 3 ways for applying are as follows:
This is considered as the most common way of applying, a taxpayer can write few paragraphs to the IRS discussing the reason for the failure of payment. After reviewing the written petition, the IRS will decide whether you are eligible for penalty abatement or not.
A taxpayer can appear in front of an IRS agent for discussing the matter face to face. It is important for a taxpayer to be confident at the time of conversation. The agent might ask for some documentation at the time of interview so it is important to carry all the necessary documents at the time of conversation.
Last but not the least, a taxpayer can handle an IRS problem such as penalty abatement by filling out the form 843. Common information is asked in this form like name, address, year of payment and etc. This is considered most organized way of applying for IRS penalty abatement.