Did you get IRS Notice 1444 in the mail after receiving your coronavirus stimulus check? Do you need to get your stimulus check? Here’s what you should know.
IRS Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative, authorizes an Enrolled Agent, CPA, or attorney to represent you before the IRS. You may need one if you want someone to help you resolve a tax problem or back taxes.
A CP14 notice is a bill from the IRS when you owe unpaid taxes. One of the most common situations is if you filed a return with taxes owed but didn’t make a payment at the same time. You may also receive a CP14 notice after the IRS previously notified you it made changes to your return.
An IRS installment agreement is a payment plan that allows you to pay your taxes over time. You can use an installment agreement either for your current year taxes or for tax debts from previous years.
The IRS sends a CP12 notice when it believes you made a mistake on your tax return but are still owed a refund. This might mean a larger refund, a smaller refund, or an amount due turning into a refund.
Do you need a tax preparer, CPA, or enrolled agent, or can you do it on your own? Check out these guides to help you figure it out.
Whether you need to solve a problem or want to plan for the future, it can be important to find the right professional help. Here’s where to look.
What should you do if you can’t pay your taxes? Should you still file your tax return?
A CP2000 notice is an IRS letter telling you that the IRS has adjusted your tax return and you owe money. It will usually contain the heading “Notice of Proposed Adjustment for Underpayment/Overpayment.”