IRS Notice CP05 means that your tax refund is on hold until the IRS can review your tax return. Here’s what you can do to move things along.
If you’ve received a CP11 Notice or math error notice, the IRS believes you made a mistake on your tax return and owe additional tax. The IRS has already made changes and is sending you a bill. You have the right to dispute the changes if you don’t agree with them.
A CP14 notice is a bill from the IRS when you owe unpaid taxes.
IRS Notice CP09 notifies you that you may be entitled to claim a refundable Earned Income Tax Credit on your previously filed tax return. You’ll need to fill out the worksheet enclosed with the notice to verify your eligibility.
If you’re self-employed or have other irregular income like investments, you might find yourself in a situation where you reported your income in the wrong tax year. Here’s what you can do.
Taxpayers are responsible for getting their own tax returns right, or they may face penalties from the IRS. Here’s an overview of the most common types of penalties, when they apply, and how much they could cost you.
An IRS mileage log audit is one of the most common types of audits that small businesses face. Here’s what you should do if you get audited over your vehicle expense deduction and what you can do to avoid a tax audit in the first place.
It’s never been easy to contact the Internal Revenue Service, but the IRS not answering phone calls has gotten even worse in 2022. If you keep calling and the IRS never picks up the phone, here’s what you can do.
If you’ve received a CP10A Notice, the IRS believes you made a mistake on your Earned Income Tax Credit and owe more tax than you claimed. The refund you asked to apply towards next year’s estimated taxes is now lower.
A CP79 notice means that the IRS will require additional proof before you can claim certain tax credits in the future. This is because you previously claimed a credit you were found ineligible for.