The IRS will remove penalties in certain circumstances, but won't remove interest. To qualify for penalty removal, you will have to provide evidence that you did not comply with your tax obligations due to reasonable causes, not willful neglect. If you do not qualify for penalty abatement due to reasonable cause, you might still qualify for First Time IRS Penalty Removal.

We review every client’s case for IRS Penalty Removal and fully evaluated the situation to determine if the stated reasons fit the rules for IRS Penalty Removal. If you do qualify, we will build a comprehensive case under the IRS guidelines for IRS Penalty Removal.