As an update regarding an R&B star familiar with back tax issues, R. Kelly is once again in trouble with the IRS.
After being assessed a total tax liability of $4.8 million for the years 2009 and 2010, R. Kelly was recently informed that he owes an additional $1.4 million for the 2011 tax year. According to sources close to the singer, R. Kelly is working to get his delinquent tax issue resolved with the IRS.
Although your back tax amount that you owe the IRS may not number in the millions, you still need to settle the issue as soon as possible, as penalties and interests accrue with each day the issue remains unresolved.
If you need a refresher course on back taxes and what you can do to resolve them, here is a quick summary:
Back taxes can be the result of a few different actions, which includes failing to file returns for several years, being unable to pay a tax assessed when returns are filed or receiving back tax notification after an audit. To resolve back taxes issues, seek the counsel of a competent IRS tax attorney. He can guide you to the mode of resolution that fits your particular case, whether it is an installment agreement, an offer in compromise or other IRS resolution tools.
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