IRS Notice CP14H – Shared Responsibility Payment Due

The IRS is requesting payment of the Shared Responsibility Payment.


Type of notice: Unpaid balance

Likely next step: Address a bill for unpaid taxes

Also see: IRS return and account problems

Why you received IRS Notice CP14H

  1. You and/or a member of your tax household did not have minimum essential health coverage for all or part of the year and did not qualify for an exemption.
  2. The IRS sent CP14H to notify you that a Shared Responsibility Payment is due and to request payment.

Notice deadline: As specified on the notice

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