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CP45 is informational notice, usually you don't have to do anything. It basically informs you that because of the changes on your 2013 return there's NO overpayment to be applied to your 2014 estimated tax payments.
The notice basically tells you to correct your records and adjust your estimated payments for 2014 which you cannot do anymore since we are already in 2015.
Do you know what changes IRS done to your return?
CP45 usually means that there's no refund left.
If you didn't receive final result of your 2013 return review/audit you should contact IRS to find out. At this point there's really nothing you can do or need to do about the CP45.
If you receive a letter from IRS that requires your respond, you usually have between 30 - 90 days. If the letter is dated 7/7/2014, it is already too late. And again, CP45 doesn't require a respond. It is an informational letter.
Do you have any questions? Is there anything else i can help you with today?
The return may be still in review process. To find out you have to call IRS at(###) ###-#### ***** the audit is closed, the agent can resent you the results. When was the last correspondence you received from IRS?
Ok. So who initiated changes on your 2013 return? You by amending it or IRS by reviewing it?
IRS should have had sent you the proposed changes by now. You have to call IRS and request new copies of the correspondence. You can also request transcript of your account - all correspondence and changes IRS has on record. You can request the transcript here:
What you are looking for is Account transcript, not just return or forms transcript.
Any luck getting information from IRS? If you IRS is giving you hard time you can contact Taxpayer advocate services. It is a free service to help people with IRS issues.
And here's how to contact them. Click on the map for the state you live in to find your local office: https://www.irs.gov/Advocate/Local-Taxpayer-Advocate
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