You would have to file a Motion to Compel with the court. You need to show that you asked for the records and he refused to provide them. You need to show that you are entitled to the records as well. The court will review your motion and rule on it.
A writ of distringas, also known as a writ of distress, is a legal order used to seize a debtor's property to satisfy a debt. In Washington, D.C., the process to file a petition for such a writ involves presenting your case to the court, demonstrating the existence of a valid debt and the need...View More
I currently live abroad in Mexico and have since early 2022. Former resident of Washington DC. I still have a valid drivers license and a 'traveling mailbox' associated with DC - but DO NOT live there. California based employer IS taking DC taxes out. Do I owe DC income taxes as no longer... View More
So here is the situation, I was contact by IRS regarding payment on 1065 late filing charges. This is for multiple years and totals to about 45k. My business is going to suffer if I’m made to pay these and I need to figure what options are available to possible abate these penalties. It is a lot... View More
There may be a few options available to you but more details would be necessary before advising you which might be best. I recommend speaking with a tax attorney. Most of us offer a free consultation. Just stay away from the places you see advertised on tv.
The IRS investigates and prosecutes tax fraud. Once you report it to them, they handle it from there. This answer does not constitute legal advice; make any predictions, guarantees, or warranties; or create any Attorney-Client relationship.
This may be software specific, but I do not believe you can "cancel" your return. You may need to amend if your return has already been e-filed and processed. However, if for some reason your return gets reject you may be able to make changes and resubmit.
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