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You received this letter because we determined that you’re not entitled to claim exempt status or more than a specified number of withholding allowances.
Generally, your employer bases the amount of withholding for federal income tax on your Form W-4, Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate.
However, the IRS can review whether you are entitled to claim exempt status or a certain number of withholding allowances.
The first step is to request all information from the IRS about your tax obligations.Generally - you may simply request your tax account transcripts fro past years.You still may order the transcript online
and it will arrive to you in mail.
Another way - to use form 4506T
see mailing address in instruction on the second page - depending on your state of residency.
You will have separate transcript for each tax year - and verify your income reported to the IRS.
With all that information - you woudl need to prepare all your past returns - and calculate tax liability.
All tax returns must be sent to the IRS.
After that you may pay your tax liability in full OR you may negotiate an installment payment plan with the IRS.
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