If you’re trying to figure out why you haven’t gotten your tax refund or why the IRS is sending you a letter, the IRS transaction codes on your tax transcript can help.
IRS Won’t Answer the Phone? Get Human or Online Assistance
It’s never been easy to contact the Internal Revenue Service, but the IRS not answering phone calls has gotten even worse lately. If you keep calling and the IRS never picks up the phone, here’s what you can do.
Gambling Taxes FAQ
If you won money at a casino, horse race, raffle drawing, or lottery, you need to pay taxes on that income. Here’s what you’ll owe and what you can do to reduce your tax bill.
Common Tax Problems When Filing as a Sole Proprietor
If you have your own business, watch out for these common tax problems when filing as a sole proprietor. If it’s already too late and you’ve gotten a letter from the IRS, get help from an Enrolled Agent or other tax pro.
What Are You Supposed to Do With IRS Letter 2645C?
IRS Letter 2645C tells you to wait. That’s all it does.
Unemployment Taxes: Frequently Asked Questions
Did you have unemployment income? Here’s what you need to know to file your taxes.
IRS Certified Letter: What to Do Now
If you receive IRS certified mail, you need to take immediate action. IRS certified letters almost always mean that something serious is about to happen and you don’t have much time to respond.
What is TREAS 310 TAX REF?
TREAS 310 TAX REF is a code you may see on your bank statement. It’s usually a direct deposit of a refund from the IRS.
Treasury Offset Program: Refund Held to Pay Other Debts
The Treasury Offset Program is a federal program where the government will hold payments it owes you to cover your debts. While the government generally has the right to do this, there are times when you can successfully challenge the offset and receive your tax refund or other payment.
IRS Notices and Letters
Get a notice or letter in the mail from the IRS? Here’s how you can handle it. To learn more about your specific letter or notice, check the list of notices and letters at the bottom of this post.