The reason the Internal Revenue Service prepared this return is because you do not file a tax return and IRS has information in their computerized system that you are liable to file a tax return.
So,IRS under 6020 B of the Internal Revenue Code code prepared your tax return.
This is not good news, you will be paying the highest amount allowed by law.
If this is happened to you and you need help call us today for a free initial tax consultation and we will walk you through the process.
As former IRS agents, managers and teaching instructors we can help reverse this process for you. We know the system.
Generally, you will need to file an original tax return to reduce the amount of tax or claim a refund that you may have coming or pending from the Internal Revenue Service.
The bottom line, you have to file an original tax return or IRS will follow-up with full enforcement to collect the balance due.
As former IRS agents and teaching instructors we understand the systems and the processes to help you and make sure you’re getting treated fairly by the IRS.
Understanding Your CP2566 Notice
The IRS Letter Will Read like:
We didn’t receive your tax return. We calculated your tax, penalty and interest based on wages and other income reported to us by employers, financial institutions and others.
What you need to do
File your tax return immediately, or
Accept our proposed assessment by signing and returning the Response Form, or
Call us if you think you don’t have to file.
You may want to
Use the income information we sent with the notice, along with other income you received to prepare your return.
File your return to claim expenses and deductions you’re entitled to.
To receive a refund, you must file the return within three years of the due date for the specific tax year.
Review collection procedures for taxpayers filing and/or paying late for what happens when you don’t file a tax return
Review your records and make sure you filed all your prior returns. Download copies of prior year tax returns and products.
Check to see that you have enough money withheld from your paycheck to pay your taxes.
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Learn more about your payment options if you owe additional taxes on your return.
Learn more about payment plans and installment agreements.
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