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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing When Form 843 Removal

Instructions and Help about When Form 843 Removal

You cannot avoid an absence. Yes, an unavoidable absence can serve as the reason for the removal of IRS penalties assessed against you. In our circumstances, we use an unavoidable absence reason, which may be common to tens of thousands of folks immediately. This includes deployment to Afghanistan or Iraq or some other theater where our armed forces are being sent. It also applies to individuals associated with universities who have to travel out of the country for extended periods or people who have been arrested and had to serve time in jail or prison. In both cases, the unavoidable absence prevents the individual from meeting their responsibilities. It is impossible to meet these responsibilities when you are not physically present in your usual location. Even with today's electronics, Cheryl in our FAQs setting does not get any respect from her tenants once they realize she is not around to police the apartments. They stop paying or pay late because she is not present to enforce payment. This is also the reason why she is unable to file her tax returns on time. All of these circumstances individually and synergistically contribute to the end result, which is her failure to pay and file on time. Once these pressures are removed and she can get back on track, the penalties can be removed. She will still be responsible for the taxes owed but should not have to pay the penalties. A Bateman is there to ensure you don't have to pay what is unfair. The federal code considers it in that way, and the IRS cannot penalize you when it is unreasonable. It is important to understand these penalties are unreasonable. Nobody will assert your rights for you, and it is your responsibility to do so. Once you assert your rights...