IRS Notice CP11 – Changes to Form 1040 & Amount Due
The IRS sends CP11 when it has made an adjustment to your tax return because of an error, which resulted in a balance due.
Type of notice: Return accuracy
Most common tax problem area: Return and account problems
Why you received IRS Notice CP11
- When processing your return, the IRS discovered an error.
- The IRS corrected the error and made an adjustment to your return.
- This adjustment resulted in a balance due.
Your options to address IRS Notice CP11
- Dispute the taxes you owe.
- Dispute the penalties.
- Make arrangements to pay.
Notice deadline: 60 days
If you miss the deadline: If you do not dispute the changes on a CP11 within 60 days, you must pay the balance due before the IRS will consider reversing the change.
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