On August 26, 2020 we posted IRS Is Not Sending Notices for Unpaid Taxes Until it Catches Up on Mail Backlog, where we discussed on August 21, 2020, the IRS announced that it has suspended the mailing of three notices – the CP501, the CP503 and the CP504 – that go to taxpayers who have a balance due on their taxes.
Although the IRS continues to make significant reductions in the backlog of unopened mail that developed while most IRS operations were closed due to COVID-19, this temporary adjustment to processing is intended to lessen any possible confusion that might be associated with delays in processing correspondence received from taxpayers.
Now the IRS will resume issuing the 500 series balance due notices to taxpayers later this month. These notices were paused on May 9 due to COVID-19.
Although the IRS continued to issue most agency notices, the 500 series were suspended temporarily because of a backlog of mail at the IRS due to COVID-19.
To Account For The Timely Mailed Payments.
In late October or early November some taxpayers will begin seeing the updated 500 series notices with current issuance and payment dates.
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