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Receiving a notice from the IRS can be stressful, but it’s important not to ignore it. In June, millions of taxpayers will receive CP14 notices by mail, informing them of their balance due for unpaid taxes. Several times the notices are wrong, and even if they are right, they impose time deadlines to protect yourself from further action. So it is important to deal with them.

The CP 14 Notice tells you what the IRS believes you owe in taxes and your payment options and potential consequences. Ignoring the notice can lead to higher interest and penalties and even collection activities. If you do not believe the amount is correct or if it is correct and you cannot full pay it, contact us at the Tomes Law Firm for assistance. Our experienced tax resolution specialists will review your notice compare it to your tax return and wage and income transcripts to see if is correct. If it is wrong, we can file an appeal for you.

Even if it is correct and you can’t pay the entire amount, our New Jersey and IRS Tax Resolution Specialists will assist with exploring what options you have to pay the least amount allowed by law.

Taking action as soon as possible is important. Delaying the matter does not make it go away. The IRS will do what it can to get the tax it believes it is owed as quickly as possible. The sooner you contact us the sooner we can help with a payment plan, a Fresh Start Initiative or a settlement if you qualify.

At The Tomes Law Firm, we understand that dealing with IRS notices can be overwhelming. That’s why we are here to help you navigate through the process and find the best solution for your specific situation. Our team of experienced tax resolution professionals will assist you in understanding the CP14 notice, and work with you to develop a personalized plan to address your tax issue. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and let us help you resolve your tax matters. Call us at 732-333-0681 or schedule an appointment online.