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What Is an IRS Notice CP14? - Flat Fee Tax Relief

Updated: Oct 11


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Don't let an IRS Notice CP14 stress you out. We've got all the information you need to help you respond to CP14 the right way. Getting any notice from the IRS will be stressful , but the CP14 is even more unwelcome than most. Having the right guidance from a capable and knowledgeable tax professional can make all the difference for someone facing down the IRS, so let’s take a look at what you need to know after receiving Notice CP14 from the IRS. Why did you receive an IRS CP14 Notice?

An IRS Notice CP14 is a balance due "nasty gram." You were sent a CP14 because the IRS believes that you didn’t pay all the tax debt owed. The notice will inform you of the balance now due, including penalties and interest due on the unpaid balance. What’s on the the CP14 Notice? The CP14 notice is fairly long. It will be several pages in length. The notice contains information on the amount you owe, payment options, the deadline for repayment, and a detailed description of the penalties and interest that have accrued. What do you do if you agree with the CP14 Notice? If you agree with the IRS’s assessment of taxes owed, it’s best to pay the taxes due as quickly as possible if at all possible. If you have the ability to pay the tax debt, penalties and interest will grow very quickly. If you are unable to pay the tax bill in full, the worst thing you can do is nothing. You can lower their tax debt through Penalty Abatement or an Offer in Compromise, or you can set up an Installment Agreement to spread out the payments.

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