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CP49 IRS Notice

NOTICE THAT THE IRS USED A PORTION OR ALL OF YOUR REFUND TO PAY A TAX DEBT

Why did I receive a CP 49 IRS notice?
The IRS will send a CP 49 IRS Notice to taxpayers if they used a tax return towards paying of another tax debt.
What should I do?
Open and carefully read the notice, which will explain how the IRS used your tax refund.
What can I do if I disagree with the notice?
You should contact the IRS using the toll free number provided on you CP 49 IRS Notice, and discuss with them your issues. The IRS will require you to substantiate any claims with financial documents and information, so make sure to have that information ready when you call them.
What can I do if part of the refund used was mine, and it was used to satisfy my spouses tax debt which I do not owe?
You can file a Form 8379, Injured Spouse Allocation to claim your portion of the refund from the IRS. The IRs will ask you to back up anything you place on the form, so have the documents and information ready.
What can I do if the refund did not pay the full amount, and I cannot pay the full amount?
You should contact the IRS and they will discuss your payment options with you, including setting up a payment plan.
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