Understanding Your LT26 Notice
You were previously asked information regarding the filing of your tax return for a specific tax period.
What you need to do
- File the tax return to the address on the letter.
- If return previously filed, contact the telephone number listed on the letter.
- If not required to file a tax return, contact the telephone number listed on the letter.
You may want to
- Contact our office either by phone or mail the return within 10 days of the date of this letter.
- An envelope is provided for your convenience.
Answers to Common Questions
Q. Based on my income I do not think I need to file?
A. Check irs.gov to see if your income is below the filing requirement, but you should still contact IRS.
Q. What if I already filed the return?
A. If it has been over 10 weeks, send a signed copy of the return again.
Q. Why are you contacting me to file the return? Am I due a refund?
A. To receive the refund, a delinquent return must be filed within three years of the original return due date, or within two years of the date of the payment, if applicable.
Q. What if I am unable to pay the full balance at the time of filing?
A. Go to irs.gov and complete Form 9464 (Installment Agreement Request) and mail with the return.