Whether you skip filing the paperwork or just don’t pay, that’s called tax evasion, and it can get you into serious trouble, including racking up penalties and even jail time.
It requires you to either accept the tax return it sent, submit one you completed, or fill out a form stating why you don’t need to file a tax return at all.
If you don’t pay that bill, the IRS begins the collection process, which can result in financial penalties and criminal charges.
You can still get hit with other charges, such as willful failure to pay tax or file a return.
Request an ExtensionA tax filing extension gives you more time to put your tax return together but does not change your payment deadline.

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