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Tax News: IRS Adds QR Codes to Notices

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The Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") is adding barcode technology ("QR Codes") to notices sent to millions of taxpayers.

Starting October 2020, the CP14 and CP14 IA notices that inform taxpayers that they owe money on unpaid taxes and their payment options are now equipped with QR bar codes to help those taxpayers securely and easily navigate to the IRS.gov website. 

Taxpayers can now use their smartphones to scan a QR code in the CP14 or CP14 IA to go directly to IRS.gov and securely access their account, set up a payment plan or contact the Taxpayer Advocate Service. Scanning the QR code on the CP14 or CP14 IA gives the taxpayer direct access to the information they need on IRS.gov to resolve their account balance online without the need to call or interact with the IRS directly.

For any questions or concerns, please contact the Tax Attorneys at Fazzio Law, we are in your corner!


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