IRS Notice CP62 – We’ve Applied Your Payment to Your Account

The IRS sends CP62 to notify you that a missing payment you made was located and has now been applied to your account.

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Type of Notice: Account information or change

Most common tax problem area: IRS return and account problems

Other tax problem areas: IRS bill for unpaid taxes

Why you received IRS Notice CP62

  1. You made a payment to the IRS and it was not applied to the tax year that you requested.
  2. The IRS located the missing payment and transferred it to your account.
  3. The IRS sent CP62 to notify you that the payment was transferred. The notice also explains that you have a refund balance or what your current balance due is.

Your options to address IRS Notice CP62

  1. Dispute the taxes you owe
  2. Dispute the penalties
  3. Make arrangements to pay

Notice deadline: 21 days

If you miss the deadline: Additional penalties and interest will accumulate.

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