Why You Received This Notice
The Notice of State Income Tax Due is a document that is generated and sent to taxpayers when they have an outstanding balance owed for personal income tax in the state. This notice serves as an official notification, informing taxpayers about the amount they owe and its deadline.
What You Need To Do
When a taxpayer receives the Notice of State Income Tax Due, it is crucial to carefully review the information provided in the notice, including the outstanding tax amount, any applicable penalties or interest, and the payment due date.
You should note that FTB 4963 contains the following:
- Payment Voucher
- Summary of Account Balance
If you agree with the changes stated in the notice sent to you, you do not need to contact the Franchise Tax Board. You only need to comply with said changes.
If you disagree, you need to gather the following:
- Your Notice
- Other relevant tax documents
- Evidence of payment
- Other personal information
Paying on time is crucial to avoid additional penalties and interest on the outstanding balance.
By promptly addressing the Notice of State Income Tax Due and fulfilling the tax payment requirements, taxpayers can ensure compliance with state tax laws, maintain a positive tax record, and avoid potential difficulties in the future.