A CP501 notice is a reminder that you owe money to the IRS. You should have already received a CP14 or other notice stating that you have a balance due. A CP501 means that the IRS still has not received your payment and is getting closer to taking further collections action.Read More »CP501 Notice: Reminder of Money Owed to the IRS
A CP13A notice means the IRS made changes to your Earned Income Credit but it did not change what you owe. The difference between a CP13… Read More »CP13A Notice: What Does it Mean and How Should You Respond?
If you’ve received a CP10 Notice, the IRS believes you made a mistake on your income tax return and owe more tax than you claimed. The… Read More »CP10 Notice: You Owe More Money Due to a Mistake on Your Return
A CP16 Notice is good news and bad news. The IRS believes you made a mistake on your return and are entitled to a refund.… Read More »CP16 Notice: You’re Getting More Money, But We’re Taking it Back
If you’ve received a CP11A Notice, the IRS believes you made a mistake when claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit and owe additional tax. You… Read More »How to Fix a CP11A Notice for Your Earned Income Tax Credit
A CP75 notice means the IRS is auditing your Earned Income Tax Credit. The notice will state exactly what they’re auditing and what documentation to… Read More »CP75 Notice: Earned Income Tax Credit Audit
Letter 525 is known as a 30 day letter because it gives you 30 days to appeal the results of an IRS audit or examination. The letter outlines proposed changes to your return and how much you will owe if you accept the changes.Read More »Letter 525: 30-Day Letter to Appeal Results of Audit or Examination