Heads up! The Internal Revenue Service has announced that the due dates on “balance due” notices recently and currently being received by Taxpayers are now extended. The Covid-19 pandemic forced IRS offices to close abruptly, causing IRS Staff to be unable to send out preprinted letters to Taxpayers timely. Upon realizing that many Taxpayers are now receiving notices with due dates that have already passed, the IRS has announced this extension.
If you have received or do receive in the coming weeks an IRS notice with a deadline that has already passed, check your envelope for an insert with your notice explaining that the due date has in fact been extended. Depending on the type of tax return the balances are due on and when your original due date was, the new date will either be July 10th or July 15th. Click this link to see if your due date is included.
If you have received an IRS noticed and missed your deadline and have not been notified in writing that your deadline has been extended, we encourage you to contact Bryson Law Firm, LLC to work to ensure that your rights and interests are protected as soon as possible. If you’ve received a notice with an extension, now is the time to be proactive – onboard Bryson Law Firm, LLC today to begin the Tax Resolution process before your deadline has come and gone!