Non-Filer

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Non-Filer

A person or corporation who does not file a tax return by the required date. In general, a person who has filed taxes once must continue to do so for the rest of his/her life (or existence, if a corporation). A non-filer may be subject to interest, late fees, and other penalties.
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The new structure also allowed for a more complete explanation of nonmonetary and monetary reasons for ineligibility and the job expectations of nonfilers.
The National Performance Review states its "support of the current efforts of the IRS under compliance 2000 to improve voluntary compliance and other efforts to collect taxes already owed to the Federal government." In her first few months, Commissioner Richardson indicated her commitment to the dual goals of returning nonfilers to the system while at the same time, keeping current filers from dropping out of the system.
This approach would advance the Administration's primary goal of identifying corporate nonfilers, though allowances would have to be made for those payers whose current vendor files do not contain information on TINs.
Green started the panel off by speaking about chronic nonfilers, who may not have filed for years or even decades.
The cases of nonfilers, late filers and short filers will be dealt with in the EMC and assistance, if needed, shall be taken from the civil administration of Punjab in connection with the work/operation of the cell.
The program initially applied to nonresident nonfilers who had $1,500 or less in unpaid taxes each year.
These were individuals who owed $100,000 or more, nonfilers who owed more than $50,000, or individuals with three or more nonfiled tax returns.
(12) The confidentiality protection means that the IRS is unable to develop any individual-level characteristics of nonfilers, such as the propensity of law professors not to file tax returns.
One reason some of these late filers and nonfilers are contacting Ralston and other tax consultants and accountants is that the state is spending $1 million to promote the amnesty.
The misreporting adjustment comprises a filer adjustment, which measures the amount of income that is underreported on tax returns, and a nonfiler adjustment, which measures the amount of income earned by tax return nonfilers.
Louise had many responsibilities in SOI, including working as Division coordinator for Requests for Information Services, developing databases for better managing training and supply procurements, and programming statistical compilations of returns by ZIP Code and statistics on nonfilers. In addition, she was involved in interagency work with Social Security for obtaining age of individual filers and the joint project with the Bureau of the Census for County and Migration Data.
Del also was motivated to file by the recent IRS pledge to increase enforcement efforts against high-income nonfilers. [See IRS Fact Sheet 2002-12 (9/16/2002)].