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New employee can not get a passport due to not filing taxes for 6 years. Who should he talk to to get clear?

Should he be talking to a cpa, tax attorney or accountant? He might not have the money to pay the whole thing I am do not plan to underwrite him but I need him to be able to travel to complete his job or I will have to let him go. Suggestions on what to do because he is a very good employee who just made some wrong choices and now is so deep in he does not know how to handle it to get out from underneath the mess he created.

Asked By: vivianeofthemists - 4/13/2007
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A good accountant should be able to help him straighten out what he owes the IRS and submit his back taxes and file. It might run 500 - 1000. But maybe you can fit the bill or part of it to help him get his act back together. Don't give up on him. Sounds like your a caring boss. They might garnish some of his... More
Answered By: todd s - 4/13/2007
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try asking BIR personnels
Answered By: james - 4/13/2007
 
IRS. Get the tax lien under control and the passport will be no problem. Set up a payment plan and find out how much has to be settled before they will allow passport. www.irs.gov
Answered By: wizjp - 4/13/2007
 
Are you sure this is correct? Was his application actually rejected? There is no requirement to file income taxes the only requirement is to pay any tax that is determined to be owed the IRS.. If he has not filed taxes no determination could be made. Now if he did file and owes 100's of thousands in back taxes maybe... More
Answered By: winetaster6 - 4/13/2007
 
The IRS and an attorney, most likely. He'll need an attorney to negotiate on his behalf, and possibly keep him from going to jail, or getting into legal trouble if he can't pay the tax liability or negotiate a settlement on his own... More
Answered By: GoodGyrl - 4/13/2007
 
the state department is the final authortiy on issuance of passports - any questions should be addressed to them... More
Answered By: roundater - 4/18/2007
 
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