TAX ALERT! Please be aware that the IRS may be contacting you by mail as part of their new anti-identity theft program. If the IRS suspects that someone other than you may have filed a return in your name in order to claim your refund, you will receive a letter requesting verification. Called a 4883C letter, you must respond and verify your identity for the processing of your return. If you fail to respond, the IRS will consider your return as not filed. Here's a link to the IRS website with details on the 4883C letter.
Time is running out to file 2013 returns in order to claim your refund! If you haven't filed your 2013 tax return and is due a refund, time is running out to file and claim your refund! You have 3-years from the original due date to file your return and claim your refund. For the 2013 tax year, the deadline to file and claim your refund is April 18, 2017. After that date, your refund becomes property of the U.S. Treasury.
TAX ORGANIZER: Click on the part number below and print if needed. Mail the completed pages along with any required documentation (listed in Part 7) to this office for immediate service. You will be contacted by phone, fax or e-mail with any questions, comments, or suggestions.
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