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CP23 IRS Notice

NOTICE OF A BALANCE DUE BECAUSE OF CHANGES TO YOUR RETURN FROM A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR ESTIMATED TAX PAYMENT AND THE AMOUNT YOU OWE

Why did I receive a CP 23 IRS Notice?
The IRS sent you the CP 23 IRS Notice to inform you that there is a difference between the amount you paid in Estimated Tax Payments and the amount the IRS posted to your account. The IRS will let you know of any changes that were made, as well as the amount you because of the changes.
What should I do?
Make sure top open and carefully read your CP 23 IRS Notice right away and it will explain how much you owe on your taxes. Make sure to compare the payments the IRS applied to your account with your personal financial recodes. Pay the balance due by the date on the notice, and update your personal tax return copy with the new changes. If you disagree with the notice or need to make alternative payment arrangements, contact the IRS with the toll free number provided on the top right corner of your notice.
How much time do I have to respond?
The IRS gives you 60 days from the date on your CP 23 IRS Notice to contact them with anything you disagree with. You can contact them by using the toll free number provided on the top right corner of your CP 23 IRS Notice.
Who should I contact if I disagree with the notice?
Contact the IRS using the toll free number provided on your notice, and make sure to have the documentation, and other information to back up your claim ready.
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 23 IRS Notice, and if your financial situation qualifies, they may abate your penalties. The IRS will also consider you for penalty abatement if you can prove that you did not pay the taxes on your specific notice on time because of circumstances beyond your control. To learn more about penalty abatement, click here.
Will the IRS charge interest on the liability?
The IRS will charge interest on the liability if you do not pay the amount in full before the date on your CP 23 IRS Notice. Interest will be charged on any remaining balances after that date.
What do I do if I cannot pay the amount in full?
You should contact the IRS right away using the toll free number found on the top right corner of your CP 23 IRS Notice to discuss payment options.
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