Received a Notice
You may receive a notice if you owe unpaid taxes to the Department. Review the resources below to find out more about why you received your notice and what actions you can take.
Understanding Your Notice
Not sure why you got a notice or what you should do next? The resources included here will help explain the most complex parts of the notice, and provide tips for choosing your next steps.
What Notice Do I Have?
Watch this video to identify your notice type, notice ID, and tax type.
More Information About Your Notice
|Attachment and Garnishment – Taxpayer Copy||N0010001, N0010003, N0010051, N0010053|
|Attachment and Garnishment – Employer Copy||N0010001, N0010003, N0010051, N0010053|
|Delinquent Notice||N0016101 - N0019401|
|Notice of Collection||N0002203|
|Notice of Collection Fee||N0011001|
|Notice of Collection – Amount Shown Due But Not Paid In Full||N0002401|
|Notice of Individual Income Tax Adjustment||N0001301 - N0001305|
|Notice of Intent to Assess||N/A|
|Notice of Individual Income Tax Assessment||N0000204|
|Unclaimed Refund Letter||N0005802|
Watch these videos for more information:
Need more information about collection actions, paying and responding, or penalties and interest? The resources included in this section cover what you need to know and what you should do.
Collecting Past Due Taxes
Paying or Responding to Your Notice
- Pay a Bill or Notice – requires a notice number
- Request an Installment Payment Agreement
- Request a Penalty Waiver
What if I need to file a return?Use our eServices page to file or amend returns and pay tax due.
- File and Pay Taxes
- Find Tax FAQs
- Find Tax Information
- Pay a Bill or Notice
- Request an Installment Agreement
- Understand My Notice
- Collections – Past Due Taxes
- Periodic Review of Existing Rules
- Reports and Statistics
- Resolving Disputes
- Identity Theft
- Individual Income Tax Estimator
- Individual Income Tax Rates
- Sales and Use Tax Rates
- Taxpayer Advocate
- Taxpayer Self-Help