Sample Letter to Georgia Addressing Assessed/Unpaid Income Taxes Directory Presented by Atlanta CPA
Attached please find a sample letter one might use to address assessed taxes to the state of Georgia when the taxpayer is not aware of what the taxes might be for. Care should be exercised in all letters to ensure that honesty, integrity and good faith are maintained at all levels of communication, as well as to stay ever vigilant of a taxpayers rights and responsibilities.
Georgia Department of Revenue
Lithia Springs Regional Office
Lithia Springs, GA 30122-1596
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing you in a good faith attempt to come to terms over the above taxpayers' present predicament with the Georgia Department of Revenue. The taxpayers have assured me that they want to deal with the state in a good faith attempt to address any unpaid state taxes that they might owe. Please forward to me at your earliest convenience a detailed record of account and a copy of the tax forms in question so that I might help advise the tax payers accordingly.
Please note per the enclosed paperwork that one of the tax years listed is for the 1994 tax year. Please advise if this is correct and what the statute of collections for unpaid Georgia is and the number of years.
The taxpayers have advised me that they are desirous to address these taxes and to get back in good standing with the state of Georgia. Please cease all collection efforts while the taxpayers are working to address this matter.
I appreciate your attention to this matter and please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
John C. Dillard, CPA, PC
Partner in Charge
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