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Tax Tips: 3 IRS Notices to Watch out for this Summer | Flat Fee Tax Relief | Florida

Updated: Jul 2

Last year (2019), the IRS reached out to approximately 10% of taxpayers. It’s usually in the form of an IRS letter or notice. Some IRS notices just provide information about the processing of a tax return or payments, but a majority of notices require action by taxpayers to resolve a tax debt or a missing tax return issue. The IRS notices designed to get taxpayers back in good standing with the IRS. During the summer months, after most tax returns have been filed, there are three notices that you might encounter: 1. Refund hold/offset notices

Most taxpayers who file before the deadline get a refund. However, you might have your refund frozen or offset due to an IRS issue. The IRS could suspect that your return is fraudulent or there may be another issue that needs to be resolved (past due tax debt), like filing an overdue tax return from a previous year.

Refund offsets sometimes happen if you have outstanding tax debt. The IRS can also take your refund to pay non-tax obligations like overdue child support or past-due student loans. In these situations, you’ll need to get to the root of the matter to get the IRS to release the refund or prevent the same thing from happening next year. 2. Past-due/collection notices

About 30 million taxpayers owe a balance when they file their tax returns. 4-5 million of those can’t pay with the return. If you don’t set up a payment arrangement with the IRS, you’ll receive a series of notices from the IRS throughout the summer. The first arrives in June (the CP14 notice), with the remaining four notices arriving about 35 days apart. The notices stop when you make arrangements with the IRS for the balance you owe.

If you ignore the notices, the IRS can move to collection tactics after the final warning notice (usually a Letter 1058 or LT11, the “final notice of intent to levy”). You can get an extension to pay (up to 120 days) or a payment plan if you owe less than $50,000 using the IRS online payment agreement tool at IRS.gov. If you owe more than $50,000 or have a hardship situation, you will need to contact the IRS directly to make arrangements. What isn’t a good option? Ignore it. That can lead to tax liens and levies. 3. Under-reported notices

The IRS is constantly reviewing returns to see if all income is being reported. The IRS has a program that matches up all tax returns with the tax information statements (Forms W-2, 1099, etc.) that are filed with the IRS. If there is a mismatch, the IRS can send a notice, called a CP2000. CP2000 notices show missing items and discrepancies and propose additional tax, penalties, and interest.

During the summer, the CP2000 notices don’t question the return you just filed, they question the return you filed the year before. If you receive this notice, you’ll need to brush off your old tax records and explain your discrepancies to the IRS. CP2000's result in an average of over $1,600 of additional tax owed.

An IRS notice can also come with a 20% accuracy penalty on top of the tax. You can disagree with this penalty in your response to the IRS if you can show that you made a reasonable attempt to report all of your income. Let's Bottom Line Is This

Tax debt problems aren’t over for millions of taxpayers each and every summer. Many have to provide more information to get their refund, address a balance owed from the IRS, or explain missing income items on a return they filed over a year ago. It’s easy to put off and ignore IRS notices, but doing so creates a terrible mistake. Missed deadlines don’t stop the IRS from collecting back taxes or assessing additional taxes and penalties.

What Are The Goals Of The IRS?

The IRS wants to do two (2) things. They are to collect money and to close a case/file. If the IRS collects any amount of money, it counts as a collection. Even if the tax debt is settled for $100 in an Offer in Compromise settlement. Getting a taxpayer to agree to an Installment Agreement will also collect money. Both of these actions will close a case.

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Navigating the IRS while you’re navigating COVID-19, the George Floyd incident, maybe vacation plans and busy summer activities can be daunting. Tax professionals who deal with the IRS regularly can help and they know the steps to resolve IRS problems. You will get better results if you are represented by an experienced tax professional. If you don’t know how to proceed, enlist a tax pro to assist – and enjoy your summer! The tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Relief (Flat Fee Tax Service) provide valuable IRS tax debt help a a very a very affordable fee. Our teams are located in Clearwater, FL, and San Diego, CA. FLAT FEE TAX RELIEF - FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE

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