Thus, paying tax has become an important obligation for the citizens who meet the criteria of tax payer.
As we know, paying tax is periodic, meaning that we pay it in certain due date following what the government has scheduled. Usually, there will be penalties if we are late to pay or do not pay the tax at all. Unfortunately, there are still a lot of people who do not do their responsibility on time. They make an excuse by saying that they do not know the period. In fact, different tax has different due date.
Therefore, it is possible that some of us forget and miss the due date in the next period. If this happens, there will be penalties. Even worse, if someone failed to pay taxes due to the financial incapability, tax liens may occur. Tax lien is a situation when someone can no longer pay the taxes so that the government seizes his assets or properties to pay back the missed period taxes.
No one wants to experience tax liens. To avoid that unpleasant condition, you must be careful in creating the financial plans which include the obligation of paying tax. Allocate certain amount of money according to the number of taxes you have to pay so that you are ready to pay when the due date is coming. Furthermore, you must remember the tax due date in order that you will not miss it, as well as avoiding the penalties because you are late to pay.