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Understanding The FTB 4141 Notice

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Alisson Ward

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FTB 4141 Notice

Why You Received This Notice

The most common reason for receiving an FTB 4141 Notice is related to tax balances. It may inform taxpayers of the amount they owe in taxes, including penalties and interest, or notify them of an overpayment that will be refunded. However, it is worth noting that you owe debt to another government agency when receiving this.

The amount you owe in taxes to the government agency was deducted from your California income tax refund, lottery winnings, or unclaimed property payment, up to the owed amount.

The FTB may also issue an FTB 4141 Notice to inform taxpayers about adjustments made to their tax return. This could be due to mathematical errors, missing information, or discrepancies between the taxpayer’s filing and data reported by third parties, such as employers or financial institutions.

What You Need To Do

Taxpayers who are required to make estimated tax payments might receive an FTB 4141 Notice as a reminder of upcoming payment deadlines or to update them on any changes in estimated tax requirements.

If you agree with the notice sent to you, you do not need to do anything.

If you think otherwise, contact the agency listed on your notice. Do not contact the FTB as they do not possess information about your debt.

In all cases, it is crucial for taxpayers to carefully read and follow the instructions provided in the FTB 4141 Notice. If there are any discrepancies or issues, it is advisable to respond promptly and provide the requested information to the FTB to avoid potential penalties or delays in processing the tax return.

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