What would you like to do?

If you have unpaid income taxes in California from 1994 but no lien should you pay them?

already exists.

Would you like to merge this question into it?

already exists as an alternate of this question.

Would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it?

exists and is an alternate of .

If you live or visit California (or ever intend to), or you have any property there, yes.

Interesting. If you have unpaid income taxes for over ten years, then be careful. Yes, IRS and California Revenue Department did not try to collect the tax debt yet but eventually they will. Did they send you a notice for your unpaid taxes? Read it through and you will find huge penalties and interests for the unpaid taxes, which may take up to 50% of your final tax debt. Revenue departments don't only seize properties, they can seize all kind of assets as well. For example, they can levy your wage, your bank account and your 401k account. If possible, hire a tax attorney to help you deal with it. More information about tax lien and unpaid taxes, you can check the links below.
Thanks for the feedback!
Start a Discussion

When do you have to pay federal income tax?

  Your taxes must be paid through out the year. That is, by either payroll withholding or making estimated payments on your estimated amount due quarterly...with a Form 10 (MORE)