March 26, 2020

Optima Tax Relief provides assistance to individuals struggling with unmanageable IRS tax burdens. To assess your tax situation and determine if you qualify for tax relief, contact us for a free consultation.

  • The IRS is urging taxpayers to file as soon as possible in order to reap the benefits of this package.
  • If you have yet to file for your 2018 tax year, this could potentially affect your ability to receive a stimulus check. 
  • The IRS recommends that taxpayers file their tax returns as quickly as possible and that non-filers consider contacting a tax professional to assist them with their unfiled tax years.

The new stimulus package is meant to assist both taxpayers and businesses that have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. The package is meant to provide relief and aid to those that have been left without a paycheck, become unemployed, or are a business that has experienced a loss of customers.

In order to qualify for any compensation received from the stimulus package, you must have filed your taxes within the last two years.

The IRS is urging taxpayers to file as soon as possible in order to reap the benefits of this package. The IRS has notified taxpayers that in order to receive any potential credits or rebates, your 2018 and/or 2019 tax returns will need to be filed. If you have yet to file for your 2018 tax year, this could potentially affect your ability to receive a stimulus check. 

Once delinquent returns have been filed and a taxpayer is fully compliant, they are able to resolve any outstanding tax liabilities by either negotiating an installment agreement or inquiring with a tax professional to see if they qualify for an Offer in Compromise with the IRS in order to obtain a “Fresh Start.”

The IRS recommends that taxpayers file their tax returns as quickly as possible and that non-filers consider contacting a tax professional to assist them with their unfiled tax years.

If you need tax help, contact us for a free consultation.