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Hello and thanks for trusting me to help you today. I am a tax adviser with over 15 years of experience.Go ahead and send your payment do not wait to hear from the IRS. Send a copy of the bank letter along with a request to abate any fees or penalties for the late payment.
If you receive a notice from the IRS (that is a possiblity) call the number on the notice and let them know about your sending the payment and the letter copy at that time.
for some reason my account think i should wait but im not feeling good about that advice. He feels the damage has been done
I would not wait.
I see no reason to wait at this time.
what address do i send the check to and who attention. im concerned it may get lost
should i go to an IRS office near my area
Send it certified and you would send the payment to one of the following depending on your specific earning situation:http://www.irs.gov/Businesses/Small-Businesses-%26-Self-Employed/Where-to-Send-Your-Individual-Tax-Account-Balance-Due-Payments
You can certainly go to the office.
just to confirm send in the bank letter along with the check with a letter from me requesting fees and penalties be removed
Yes, if you are going to mail. If you are going to go to your local office then have a copy of the bank letter to take with you (retain that original)
thanks for the help . I hope the IRS is understanding:)
They can be
You are most welcome. Your positive rating is always thanks enough.
have a great day
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