Individual Filer Notices

CP 09 - Earned Income Credit You May Be Entitled To From IRS
Informs the recipient that, based on information reported on their tax return, they may qualify to take the Earned Income Credit.

CP 32A - We Want to Send You a New Refund Check
Explains why we are sending a new refund check, what needs to be done before we can send it, and what we'll do after the recipient replies to us.

CP 54B - Problem With Name and Identifying Number
Informs the recipient that the name and identifying number used on their tax return don't match information we received from the Social Security Administration, gives examples of what might cause such a mismatch, and explains the steps the recipient needs to take to resolve it.

CP 54E - Problem With Name and Identifying Number
Informs the recipient that the name and identifying number used on their estimated tax payment don't match information we received from the Social Security Administration, gives examples of what might cause such a mismatch, and explains the steps the recipient needs to take to resolve it.

CP 54G - Problem With Name and Identifying Number
Informs the recipient that the name and identifying number used on their tax return don't match information we received from the Social Security Administration, gives examples of what might cause such a mismatch, and explains the steps the recipient needs to take to resolve it.

CP 54Q - Problem With Name and Identifying Number
Reminds the recipient that we're holding their refund because the name and identifying number used on their tax return don't match the information given to us by the Social Security Administration, gives examples of what might cause such a mismatch, and explains the steps the recipient needs to take to resolve it.

CP 57 - Notice of Insufficient Funds
Informs the recipient that we are charging a penalty for insufficient funds.

CP 60 - Notice of Credit Reversal
Informs the recipient that we've transferred a credit from their account leaving a balance due.

CP 75 - EIC Portion of Refund Delayed
Informs the recipient that we're delaying the EIC portion of their refund because we may examine parts of their tax return. The notice explains what areas we may examine and what steps we'll take next.

CP 75A - EIC Portion of Refund Delayed
Informs the recipient that we're delaying the EIC portion of their refund because we may examine the Form 8862, Information to Claim Earned Income Credit After Disallowance, filed with their tax return. The notice explains what steps we'll take next.

CP 75B - EIC Portion of Refund Delayed
Informs the recipient that we're delaying the EIC portion of their refund because we haven't received Form 8836, Qualifying Children Residency Statement, or are still reviewing it. The notice asks the recipient to send a copy of Form 8836 if they haven't already and explains what steps we'll take next.

CP 79 - Earned Income Credit Eligibility Requirement
Informs the recipient that they may need to complete an additional form to claim the credit if their Earned Income Credit (EIC) was disallowed or reduced by the IRS for any year after 1996.

CP 79A - Earned Income Credit Two Year Ban
Informs the recipient that they are banned from claiming the Earned Income Credit (EIC) for two years, and must complete an additional form to claim the EIC in the first year after the ban has been lifted.

CP 88 - Delinquent Return Refund Hold
Informs the recipient that we're holding their refund until they file their delinquent return or provide an acceptable explanation for not filing it.

CP 90 - Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing
Informs the recipient that they still have a balance due on their account and that we intend to levy on certain assets unless they take appropriate action within 30 days.

CP 91 - Final Notice Before Levy on Social Security Benefits
Informs the recipient that they still have a balance due on their account and that we intend to levy on their Social Security benefits unless they take appropriate action within 30 days.

CP 2000 - We Are Proposing Changes to Your Tax Return
Informs the recipient that we're proposing changes to their tax return based on different information reported to us by their employers, banks, and other payers. The CP 2000 provides detailed information about the differences, the changes we propose, and what to do if they agree or disagree with the proposal.

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