Notice of Collection

This notice is sent because your total liability (tax due, penalties, and interest) is final and collectible. The notice ID is N0002203.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Why did I get this notice?

We previously sent you an assessment, but you did not pay in full. Review the Explanation section on your previous assessment for an explanation of your total liability.

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What should I do?

You should respond to this notice immediately. A response includes:

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Where can I get more information?

Review our information on collecting past due taxes, or call 1-877-252-3252 (toll-free) if you have additional questions.

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What if I ignore this notice?

If you do not respond immediately, we will begin forced collection actions, and you may be charged a 20% collection assistance fee. Examples of forced collection actions could include:

  • Deducting 10% of your wages paid before deductions
  • Freezing funds in your bank account
  • Seizing personal or business assets
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What if I already set up an installment payment agreement?

By law, we are required to send you a Notice of Collection even if you are in an active installment payment agreement. However, we will not take forced collection actions as long as you do not default on the installment payment agreement.

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What if I already paid the total liability?

If you have already paid the amount shown due on your notice, you may have received this notice for one or more of the following reasons:

  • Your payment may have been charged to your bank account, but not applied to your account with the Department. Call 1-877-252-3252 for more information.
  • You may still owe penalties, fees, and interest, even if you already paid the total liability. Any amount you already paid is shown under Less Paid.
  • Your total liability is for a previous period. The period is listed above the Tax column on your notice.
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