IRS Notices

IRS Notice CP501 – The purpose of this notice is to alert the taxpayer of a past due balance owed, including penalties and interest. The IRS will give you a deadline to pay the outstanding balance in full. If not paid, the IRS begins collection procedures on your past due account, it will continue to do so until the debt is paid in full or alternative arrangements in place. Contact the Law Offices of Nick Nemeth today to schedule a FREE and confidential consultation before the IRS makes matters worse.

IRS Notice CP503 Second Reminder: You have unpaid taxes – The IRS has recently contacted you and you must pay the outstanding balance immediately or further actions by the agency will take place. This is your second reminder. If you don’t act now, the IRS may consider levying (seizing) your income or bank account. You need to take action and get into contact with the IRS or call Nick Nemeth to help resolve this issue for you.

IRS Notice CP504 Notice of Intent to Seize (levy) Your Property – This notice comes through certified mail and is your Final Balance Due Reminder – Notice of Intent to Levy. The IRS is informing you that you must pay your balance immediately or they will levy your property. The IRS will seize (levy) your state income tax refund and apply it to the amount you currently owe. The IRS is taking action NOW and you need to respond with strong, experienced counsel. Want someone you can trust to deal with the IRS for you, call us, your local tax law firm to handle the IRS for you. The deadline on this notice is generally 30 days from the date of the letter.

IRS Notice CP90/CP297 Final Notice Intent to Levy – THIS NOTICE NEEDS IMMEDIATE ACTION! Final Notice – Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing. The IRS is demanding payment in full within 30 days and giving you notification of impending levies and garnishments. In order to preserve you appeal rights you must respond immediately. Contact the Law Offices of Nick Nemeth today.

IRS Notice CP91/CP298 Final Notice Intent to Levy Social Security Benefits – Final Notice Before Levy on Social Security Benefits. The IRS is informing you that they Intend to seize up to 15% of your Social Security Benefits. Contact the IRS and not the Social Security Office. This levy will remain in effect until the account balance has been paid in full or alternative arrangements are in place.

IRS Notice CP2000 Proposed Changes – THIS NOTICE NEEDS IMMEDIATE ACTION! The IRS is notifying you that there is a discrepancy between the information reported by you on your filed tax return, and the payment information reported by third parties. The IRS is proposing an adjustment to your return. Generally, you have a 30-day deadline to respond to this notice. Don’t understand what the IRS is saying you did not report correctly? Let the attorneys at the Law Offices of Nick Nemeth determine if the IRS made a mistake. Our staff is experienced with tax reporting and can pinpoint the corrections that are needed to comply with the IRS requirements and minimize the taxes owed. If you fail to respond, the IRS will issue a Notice of Deficiency.

IRS Notice CP3219A Notice of Deficiency – THIS NOTICE NEEDS IMMEDIATE ACTION! This is the legal notice that the IRS is proposing a deficiency. This notice explains in detail the differences between the filed tax return and the information that was provided to the IRS. Generally, there will be an increase in taxes owed. Call the Law Offices of Nick Nemeth immediately in order to comply with the 90-day deadline to petition the Tax Court. If you do not file a petition, the IRS will move forward with the proposed adjustments and send you a bill for the difference including penalties and interest, additionally an accuracy related penalty usually applies.

IRS Notice Letter 1058 – LT-1058 Final Notice Intent to Levy – THIS NOTICE NEEDS IMMEDIATE ACTION! This is your Final Notice Intent to Levy from the IRS. The IRS has not received your payments for overdue taxes therefore they are informing you that the agency has the right to search for other assets you may have that they can seize. The IRS is taking collection action against you and some of these include garnishments, liens, levies, and seizures. Don’t lose your right to appeal the IRS’ decision, call the Law Offices of Nick Nemeth as soon as you receive this notice.

IRS Notice Letter 11 – LT-11 Final Notice Intent to Levy – THIS NOTICE NEEDS IMMEDIATE ACTION! This is your Final Notice Intent to Levy from the IRS. The IRS has not received your payments for overdue taxes therefore the IRS wants to determine what assets you may have for seizure. The IRS is taking collection action against you and some of these include garnishments, liens, levies, and seizures. Don’t lose sleep over worrying about losing your paycheck, call the Law Offices of Nick Nemeth now.

IRS Notice Letter 3172 – LT-3172 Notice of Federal Tax Lien Filing – THIS NOTICE NEEDS IMMEDIATE ACTION! Notice of Federal Tax Lien Filing and Your Right to a Hearing. The IRS has filed a federal tax lien, a legal claim to seize your assets, in order for the government to protect their interest in your property. Call Nick Nemeth immediately to discuss an appeal of the lien filing.

IRS Notice CP523 Notice of Intent to Levy: Intent to Terminate your Installment Agreement – THIS NOTICE NEEDS IMMEDIATE ACTION! Intent to Terminate your Installment Agreement. The IRS is informing you that your installment agreement will be terminated. The taxpayer has failed to comply with the terms of the installment agreement; therefore, it has defaulted. This notice will give you the deadline and amount necessary to cure the default and remain compliant in your installment agreement. To try to keep your installment agreement active, contact the Law Offices of Nick Nemeth to determine your best plan of action.

IRS Notices
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