Being on the road can prevent truckers from getting crucial IRS tax information and dates. Whether you’re on the road when the paperwork gets to your permanent address, or you simply misplaced the paperwork during your time off, the IRS may view paying back taxes as an evasion of responsibilities if left unattended for too long.
Back taxes can come from a number of sources, from unfiled taxes, lost files or delayed filing. There are many services that aid in trucker back tax relief and this may be a good option if you have years of unfiled taxes to deal with.
These services can help simplify the complicated back tax forms and make sure you’re filing the necessary information to avoid penalties. Allowing back taxes to pile up can lead to to a number of problems including late penalties, forfeiting your tax refund, loss of deductions and tax credits or legal action.