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Penalties can be appealed.
Keep in mind:
Generally, penalties imposed for the late filing of a return (G.L. c. 62C, § 33(a)) or the late payment of tax (G.L. c. 62C, § 33(b)) may be waived or abated, in whole or in part, if you can demonstrate that the failure to timely file your return or to pay your tax was due to reasonable cause and not willful neglect.
However, different standards may apply for other types of penalties, such as
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The Department of Revenue does not have the legal authority to abate or waive interest alone.
Interest will add on any outstanding unpaid balance of tax and penalties. The only way to stop interest from accruing is to pay the tax and penalties. If you are successful in your appeal and entitled to a refund, the Commonwealth will pay interest on any amounts refunded.
If a tax or penalty amount is reduced, interest will be adjusted.