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Taxpayers get this letter when they have had tax withheld from their pay, but no return
was filed (OR it never reached them), so they can't send the refund.
You can read more about that here:
All you need to do is send in the return to the normal filing
address, so that they can process it and send your refund.
To collect this money a return must be filed with the IRS no later than three years from the due date
of the return.
Here's the list of where you send the return based on the state
you live in.
Just click on your state and you'll be taken to a table
that tells you where BOTH professional AND individual
taxpayers should send their return.
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