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Jason Bramwell

Jason Bramwell is senior staff writer for CPA Practice Advisor. He has nearly 25 years of professional writing experience, the last nine covering the accounting profession. He most recently was a staff writer and editor at Going Concern, and he previously spent five years as a staff writer and editor at AccountingWEB. He can be reached by email at

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Taxpayers with Balances Due Have Been Put on Notice By the IRS

The CP14, which is required by law to be issued within 60 days after the IRS assesses a tax liability, is the most common IRS notice sent to taxpayers, according to the Taxpayer Advocate Service, and requests payment within 21 days. The reason why taxpayers have a balance due can be related to a number of issues, such as failing to report some income or failing to pay a balance in full, Tiffany Gonzalez, CPA, CEO of Miami-based accounting firm Accounting to Scale, stated last week on LinkedIn.