CP49

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    The IRS uses Notice CP49 to inform you they have taken your refund to be applied to other taxes. This may be a surprise to many people who weren’t aware of the problem or its effects. It is obvious the IRS believes you owe the taxes. Yet, often no tax is due.

    Your problem can be resolved in several different ways, depending on the facts. So, it is important to investigate your specific case before reacting! You need to get the IRS file & compare it to your records. You could call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 and order your Account Transcripts which will tell you what is happening with your IRS file. But, avoid talking to IRS Collections – you’re not ready for them yet.

    If your refund was taken because of the debt of a spouse or ex-spouse, you might file for Innocent Spouse relief or for a state divorce court adjustment, if appropriate.

    To prevent any further refunds from being seized make sure you don’t overpay your current taxes by adjusting your Form W-4 with your employer.

    Use the thread below to discuss IRS CP49’s. Connect with others that have received a CP49 and keep us updated on what you find out!

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