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CP14 IRS Notice

NOTICE THAT YOU HAVE UNPAID TAXES YOU OWE MONEY ON

Why did I receive a CP 14 IRS Notice?
You received a CP 14 IRS Notice because you underpaid on your taxes for a certain year. The IRS will most often send you this notice within 60 days of you filing a return, which will go over your reported taxes, deductions, credits, and ensuing tax liability.
What should I do?
Read your CP 14 IRS Notice carefully; it will explain the amount you owe, and how you can pay it. Make sure to pay the debt by the date given on the notice, otherwise you will be penalized, and interest will be charged.
What do I do if I cannot pay the full amount which I owe?
If you are unable to pay the liability in full, you can contact the IRS with the toll free number provided on the top right corner of your CP 14 IRS Notice, and they will go over your payment plan options.
What can I do if I disagree with the notice?
If you think the IRS made a mistake in their calculations, or anything else on your notice, you can contact them using the toll free number provided on the top right corner of your CP 14 IRS Notice. The IRS will require you to substantiate any revisions to your liability with financial documents and information. To make the phone call easier, make sure to have your relevant financial documents including cancelled checks, emended returns, or other financial documents handy when you call.
Will I be charged interest on the tax liability?
The IRS will start charging you interest only if you fail to pay the full amount before the date on your CP 14 IRS Notice. Interest will be charged on any remaining unpaid balance after that date.
Will I be penalized if I do not pay the amount in full?
The IRS will asses you a late payment penalty if you cannot pay the full amount by the date it is due. You can call the IRS using the toll free number provided on your CP 14 IRS Notice, and if your financial situation qualifies, they may abate your penalties. To learn more about penalty abatement, click here.
Getting help dealing with my CP 14 IRS Notice.
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