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Common IRS notices
Here's a list of the most commonly-encountered IRS notices:
- CP11 means the IRS made adjustments to your return that now result in additional taxes owed.
- CP14 lets you know that you still owe the IRS unpaid taxes.
- CP49 informs you that the IRS used part (or all) of your refund to pay off a tax debt.
- CP21B merely informs you that the IRS has made the requested changes to your return, and that you'll be getting your refund soon.
- CP503 is a reminder that you still have an unpaid balance on one of your tax accounts.
- CP504 means the IRS is going to apply your state tax refund to help pay off IRS taxes you still owe.
- CP2000 simply lets you know that the income or payment info on your return doesn't match IRS records.
- For IRS notices not listed here, visit Understanding Your IRS Notice or Letter.
Although the IRS has done a great job in making their correspondence easier to understand, you may still have questions. No worries; contact us and we'll be glad to help!