If you are like millions of other Americans, you do your state and federal income taxes yourself. Doing your taxes can be frustrating, and it’s a time of year most people dread. Unfortunately, because of the complexity of the U.S. tax code and North Carolina’s income tax laws, many people make mistakes on their taxes and end up in trouble with the IRS.
Why Did the IRS of Contact You?
Did you get a notice from the IRS? If you did get a notice, you need to address it right away. Don’t put it in a drawer or at the bottom of a mail pile with the intention of getting to it later. Not dealing with a notice from federal or state tax agencies is a mistake that can cost you dearly in the long run.
So, what do you do now?
First, you need to figure out what the notice is about and what you need to do to make the IRS happy. I could be a simple problem that can be solved through the mail and you are done. If you have a complicated tax problem or have been accused of tax evasion or fraud you need to retain a tax lawyer near your North Carolina area immediately.
Common Reasons for Tax Notice
CP501/ CP501 ACA- Balance due notice
CP71C-Serves as a reminder that you’ve had a balance due for several years
CP07- IRS is examining deductions claimed on taxes
CP503- This notice gives you a week to pay your taxes in full
CP 523- Informs you violated a payment agreement
LT11- Levy against state taxes
Those are just a few of the dozens of notices the IRS sends out every year. You may be troubled by getting a tax notice, but you can easily resolve any issue you have the IRS or the North Carolina Department of Revenue. Hire and
Audits- The biggest fear of most taxpayers is being audited. It’s a time-consuming process and usually means the IRS of state tax officials are going to be butting into your finances for months, maybe even years.
Delinquent taxes- If you owe back taxes, a tax professional may be able to get a reduction in the fines and penalties you owe.
Tax collections- Both the IRS and the NC Department of Revenue can garnish your wages or seize your bank accounts, your car, your home and other property of value to get the amount you owe. You can avoid collections by speaking to and negotiating with an IRS or NC DOR agent.
Internal Revenue Service- Asheville
151 Patton Ave # 167, Asheville, NC 28801
Internal Revenue Service- Raleigh
4405 Bland Rd, Raleigh, NC 27609
North Carolina Department of Revenue- Charlotte
301 McCullough Dr. #300, Charlotte, NC 28262
North Carolina Department of Revenue- Raleigh
501 N Wilmington St, Raleigh, NC 27604
North Carolina Department of Revenue- Greenville
2995 Radio Station Rd, Greenville, NC 27834
Hire a Tax Lawyer in North Carolina
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