Notice CP71A-D

The IRS uses Notices CP71 to remind you of taxes owed. CP71C is most commonly used but CP71A & CP71D are used as well. (See examples below) Your situation is not yet urgent but should be corrected immediately.

You have likely already received Notices of Intent to Levy so the IRS could seize at any time. However, this CP71C reminder is not an active indication that enforced collection against you is imminent and we have time to bolster a good case for you. Waiting until the IRS seizes your property makes the case more difficult.

Eventually, you’ll have to decide what action to take to control this debt. Whatever action you take will likely require you to complete a Form 433-A to disclose your income & assets. Take our webinar to learn the tricks & traps of completing this form.

But, in some ways the passage of time may actually work in your favor. Once the statute of limitations has run its course, your options for escaping the tax burden expands. In one consultation, TaxHelpLaw can determine the limitations period & assessment issues and devise the most sure method of winning your case.

Please follow the Prep Steps for the answers about IRS Notice CP71C and see Mr. Hopkins in Denver or Colorado Springs before proceeding!

We are required to send you this notice informing you of the amount now due on your ** taxes. IRS Collection Notice CP71C,  Colorado Tax Attorney shows the Steps for responding to an IRS Notice CP71C: This is a reminder notice about unpaid back taxes. If the IRS levies on your wages, bank account or property, you only have 2 years to recover the money or it is lost. Please follow the TaxHelp Prep Steps and contact J David Hopkins at 719 232 2587 in Colorado Springs, (719) 250-0729 in Pueblo or 303 829 4357 (TAX-HELP) in Denver!!

Notice CP71C

 

We are required to send you this notice informing you of the amount now due on your ** taxes. IRS Collection Notice CP71A,  Colorado Tax Attorney shows the Steps for responding to an IRS Notice CP71A: This is a reminder notice about unpaid back taxes. If the IRS levies on your wages, bank account or property, you only have 2 years to recover the money or it is lost. Please follow the TaxHelp Prep Steps and contact J David Hopkins at 719 232 2587 in Colorado Springs, (719) 250-0729 in Pueblo or 303 829 4357 (TAX-HELP) in Denver!!

IRS Notice CP71A

 

Colorado Springs Tax Attorney responds to IRS Collection Notice CP 71D: The IRS periodically sends out reminder notices about taxes due. It usually means they are not actively seeking money from you. If you are in temporarily uncollectable status, it could mean the IRS will begin collection activity again. Or, they could be sending out letters to keep track of you. Often, they will send a letter asking you to verify your current name and address. If you have any problems or questions call (719) 232-2587 in Colorado Springs or (303) 829-4357 in Denver to speak with Mr. Hopkins!! Understanding your CP71C Notice: You received this notice to remind you of the amount you owe in tax, penalty and interest.  What you need to do:   Answers to Common Questions:  Am I charged interest on the money I owe?  Yes, interest accrues on your unpaid balance until you pay it in full,  Do I receive a penalty if I cannot pay the full amount?  Yes, you receive a late payment penalty.  What happens if I cannot pay the full amount I owe?  You should call J David Hopkins before contacting the IRS to arrange to make a payment plan with the IRS if you cannot pay the full amount you owe,  How can I set up a payment plan?  Call Mr Hopkins at (719) 232 2587 in Colorado Springs to discuss payment options or devise a plan to attack the IRS position. We need to gather the information about your file, then decide the best approach to geting you out of IRS trouble! TaxHelpLaw in Denver: (303) 829-4357!!

Notice CP71D