IRS Nonpayment Notices

The Internal Revenue Service has finally responded to a large number of complaints regarding incorrect unpaid tax notices. As a result, the mailing of three types of IRS nonpayment notices have been suspended.

At a time when mailing in the United States has become its own issue, complications have also arisen as a result of COVID-19. Many physical operations of the IRS closed in March but mail continued to be received. The result is a significant backlog of mail processing.

When IRS employees returned to physical operations, many automatic “overdue” notices were sent out while the payments were unknowingly in a stack of over 12 million parcels of mail (according to Rep. Richard Neal (D-Massachusetts).

Automatic notices CP503, CP504, and CP501 have been suspended until the mailing backlog has been cleared. Although the IRS is halting the mailing of IRS nonpayment notices, taxpayers who have received notices and have not submitted payments are still required to do so.

If a taxpayer continues to receive notices for which they have already submitted a payment, it is most likely due to the delay in mail processing. Please keep your proof of mailing and do not cancel the unprocessed checks.

Should you continue to have difficulty with the IRS or this process, CKH encourages you to contact us for assistance. Call us at 770-495-9077 or send us an email on info@ckhgroup.com . Also you can contact us today to begin with a free consultation.

The above article only intends to provide general financial information and is based on open source facts, it is not designed to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. It does not give personal tax, financial, or other business and professional advice. Before taking any form of action, you should consult a financial professional who understands your particular situation. CKH Group will not be held liable for any harm / errors / claims arising from the articles. Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the contents we will not be held accountable for any changes that are beyond our control.

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