Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 2220 Deduction

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 2220 Deduction

You the IRS reserves the right and ability to assess penalties and a multitude of penalties to any tax liability these may range from penalties for failure to file failure to final on time that means if you just didn't file your tax returns or you missed that April 15th or the extension October 15th deadline there are also penalties for failure to make estimated tax payments there's failure penalties for under withholding there's like I said a multitude of penalties that the IRS can assign for these unpaid or underpaid type of taxes owed in addition to that those those type of penalties typically are based on certain factors like well is it for multiple years or how old the liability is as well as if it is reoccurring so if you incur taxes for specific reason for under withholding let's say year in and year out then they may assign additional penalties now these penalties are capped at 25 percent however there is no direct or flat number for these penalties if they are to be assigned sometimes we see that they assign multiple types of penalties and in a similar situation they may only assign one type of penalty so it really does come down to the type of situation you are in how much you owe and the reasons why you oh and those are more determining factors in the amount of the penalties that may be assigned you