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What to do if we received a Notice of Intent to Asses Gross receipts? FROM TAXATION REVENUE NEW MEXICO

 
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Level 16 Kat
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What to do if we received a Notice of Intent to Asses Gross receipts? FROM TAXATION REVENUE NEW MEXICO

You'd need to speak with someone in the state Department of Revenue for clarification.  But it sounds like the DOR wants to verify your reported Gross Receipts from some portion of your tax return.  Your notice from the state should explain in detail what is required.  Additionally, there is likely a telephone number to call with questions.

 

Please contact NM DOR using that number, or the number listed in the linked info below.

 

http://www.tax.newmexico.gov/contact-us.aspx

Level 18

What to do if we received a Notice of Intent to Asses Gross receipts? FROM TAXATION REVENUE NEW MEXICO

In New Mexico, gross receipts are the total amount of money or value of other consideration received from: 

  • Selling property in New Mexico;
  • Leasing or licensing property employed in New Mexico;
  • Granting a right to use a franchise employed in New Mexico;
  • Performing services in New Mexico, and
  • Selling research and development services performed outside New Mexico, the product of which is initially used in New Mexico.

Notice that these are not simple employer-employee relationships that would be reported on a W-2 (which the state gets a copy of), but income from other sources that are not so well tracked. See http://www.tax.newmexico.gov/Businesses/gross-receipts.aspx

 

The number of audits relating the gross receipts has been increasing over the last few year, as more sophisticated computer software is becoming available to cross reference database sources and find gross receipts that potentially have not been properly reported. See https://www.abqjournal.com/628699/grossreceipts-tax-audits-skyrocket-in-nm.html

 

Now that you have reviewed these two articles and thought about your own return, go and do what Kat says...