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FAQ: Collections

What should I do if I didn't receive a return?

First, file a return in letterform, making sure that you include your account number, the tax type you are reporting and the period for which the report is being filed. Then notify the Taxpayer Service Section of the problem so they can ensure that you begin to receive your returns. Do not use a statement of account payment stub as a return.



 
Links for Collections FAQs
Taxpayer Assistance
Business Tax FAQs
Tax Compliance and Enforcement FAQs
Collections FAQs
  1 - Does the state impose bad check charges?
  2 - What should I do if I didn't receive a return?
  3 - Do I have to file a return even if I owe no taxes for the period?
  4 - What are the most common errors taxpayers make on returns?
  5 - Are statements of account for audit assessments handled any differently?
  6 - Can payment due me from the state be used to offset my tax liability?
  7 - If I operate as a corporation, can I avoid personal liability for taxes?
  8 - Can taxes be avoided through bankruptcy proceedings?
 
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