With April 15 less than two months away, a lawyer should be prepared for a client with a tax problem a little out of the ordinary: He hasn’t filed taxes for years. But don’t panic. With some quick work by the lawyer, the client likely can be spared fines and prison time.

The government generally prosecutes only for failure to file income tax returns if such a failure is willful and egregious.

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