State Tax Resolution Information
Many people who owe taxes owe both the federal government and their state. Every state has unique tax laws and its own collection methods. The laws and procedures in most states are similar to the federal government, but some states have their own framework.
Even if the collection process is the same, you still have to fill out different paperwork for the IRS and your state. If you want to resolve your tax liabilities on your own, you need to research both federal and state tax laws.
Consequences of Not Paying or Filing State Taxes
Like the IRS, state revenue departments assess penalties and interest on tax liabilities. You may also face liens, wage garnishment, or other consequences. However, states can also take revoke or suspend state licenses like driving, professional, and hunting/fishing licenses. Check out this link to learn more about the penalties for delinquent state taxes.
State Tax Problem & Solution Guides
Below are links to the various guides that cover the most common tax problems and solutions for various state tax agencies.
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
State Tax Relief Links
This page contains links to every state’s Department of Revenue. These websites contain information on resolving tax problems in each state.
Finding Help with State Agency Problems
Our website can help you resolve your tax issues for both state and federal taxes. Start with a search below by selecting the tax agency/agencies you have a problem with in order to find the best tax professional for your specific tax problem.