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Your Tax Resolution Request: What It Is, and Why You Need One

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What to Know Before You File Your Tax Resolution Request

Arizona taxpayers have until April 15, 2019 to file their 2018 taxes. If you have any questions about what to do and how to file your taxes, don’t hesitate to reach out to your accountant or tax preparer. However, you may also want to consider filing a tax resolution request (TRR) with the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADR). A TRR is an official request for a taxpayer’s refund or credit that has been submitted directly to the IRS. 

A TRR can be beneficial if you have questions about your income tax return, owe taxes, or believe you may be owed a refund. Taxpayers who submit a TRR are typically entitled to a response from the ADR within 45 days. The ADR will review your return and may grant you credits or refunds. 

Below are some key things to know about filing a TRR: 

  • You must file a TRR if you believe you may be owed a refund or credit by the IRS. 
  • To submit a TRR, contact the ADR by phone (623-542-1450) or online. 
  • You must provide documentation that supports your claim for a refund. 

The IRS often asks for tax returns and information, even if you haven’t filed a return. If you’ve been a victim of identity theft, the IRS may be trying to collect taxes you didn’t owe. The IRS can also reach out when you have questions about your tax situation or have spotted an error on your return. In any of these cases, it’s important to get help resolving any issues as soon as possible. Tax resolution requests are different from criminal investigations and civil suits in that they are not filed directly with the courts. What the IRS wants is usually specific information that’s already on file with the government. This is why trained and certified tax professionals from Ace Plus Tax Solutions can be so helpful.

More About Your Tax Resolution Request

If you are like most people, you probably don’t know exactly what a tax resolution request is. In this article, we’ll provide you with a brief overview of what a tax resolution request is and why you might need one.

A resolution request is simply a way to get your Tax File Number (TIN) from the IRS. This number is mandatory for all U.S. citizens and legal residents to file their taxes. If you do not have this number, you will not be able to file your taxes electronically or receive any refunds. 

The most common reasons people need a resolution request are:

  • They were wrongly told they did not need a TIN or did not receive one when they should have received it;
  • Their TIN was lost, stolen, or destroyed;
  • They are changing their name or address and need to update their TIN; or
  • They are awaiting confirmation of their status as a U.S. citizen or resident in order to file their taxes. 

The Satisfaction Kaleidoscope: Our Refund Review Guarantee

Most people are aware of the IRS’s online system, known as TaxACT, which allows taxpayers to file tax returns electronically. If you e-file your return, the IRS will generally issue you a refund within 14 days, barring any issues with your return. However, if you choose to submit a paper return, the IRS can take up to 45 days to process it and issue you a refund.

Why is the delay in issuing refunds important? The TurboTax software has a Satisfaction Kaleidoscope feature that allows customers to compare their refund status with others who filed using the same return data. If you notice an error on your return or if someone else’s return information impacts your own refund, you can contact TurboTax’s customer support team for assistance.

If you decide to submit a paper return, keep these tips in mind to speed up the process:

* Print out your entire return and all supporting documents. Include any Forms W-2 or 1099 that you received in advance of filing.

* Make copies of all necessary forms and mail them separately to the IRS address provided on Form 1040 (or Form 8453 for business).

 

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