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IRS Tax Notice CP101 – Don’t assume the IRS calculated correctly or that this is the only issue with your return. We can find out! Contact Form
The IRS Tax Notice CP101 form is issued to the tax payers to inform them about the changes that the IRS has made on their Employer’s Annual Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA) Return. If this notice has been sent to you, then it means that the Service or IRS has made some alterations to the tax return that you have filed and at the time of processing the return, they found that you still owe them some money. The CP 101 notice is sent to inform you about the changes that they have made and it is also sent to request you to make arrangements to pay for the amount that is due.
The CP 101 notice or form consists of math errors they say you have made. These errors include computational errors, tax deposit errors, or no reply to additional information, etc. If they are wrong, then you can correct them. If they are right, just ignore the letter.
In the CP 101 notice, you will find the following details:
What is the situation?
How serious the situation is?
What does this mean?
What you are expected to do?
When do you have to take the necessary measure(s)?
What will be the consequence(s) if you fail to take the necessary measure(s)?
Along with the CP 101 notice, you may also find the following documents:
Schedule of Tax Liability (Form 4977)
Collection Information Statement for Businesses (Form 433-B)
Underpayment of Estimated Tax by Corporations and Instructions (Form 2220)
If you need assistance with understanding the errors, or if you owe more money to the IRS than you can pay, please contact us for help.
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