Thursday, February 16, 2012

State of Florida aggressively targets Delinquent Taxpayers!

Traditionally delinquent taxpayers were sent a tax notice with a 60-day deadline, then they would receive a second or third notice but there is a much shorter response window today.

Penalties are also much harsher. Under the new rules, delinquent taxpayers are sent a tax notice with a 60-day deadline. 

If The Florida Department Of Revenue Does Not Receive Payment Within The 60 Days, A Warrant Is Filed And
The Taxpayer's Bank Account Is Frozen.

If you  or any of your clients receive a tax notice, please contact us immediately and one of our experienced Tax Litigation Attorneys will review your options for resolving your Florida Tax Problem.
Have as FDOR Tax Problem?

 Contact the Tax Lawyers at
Marini & Associates, P.A. 

for a FREE Tax HELP Contact us at: or
Toll Free at 888 8TAXAID (888-882-9243) 

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