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Understanding Your CP3219N Notice

We didn't receive your tax return. We have calculated your tax, penalty and interest based on wages and other income reported to us by employers, financial institutions and others.


What you need to do

  • File your tax return immediately, or
  • Accept our proposed assessment by signing and returning the Response form, or
  • Call us if you think you don't have to file.

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Answers to Common Questions

What should I do if I disagree with the notice?

Call us at the toll free number listed on the top right corner of your notice. Please have your paperwork ready when you call. If you prefer, you can write to us using the notice's response form and return address listed.

Where do I send my return?

Attach the Response form and send the return to the address listed on the notice.

What should I do if I've just filed my tax return?

You don't have to do anything if you filed your tax return(s) within the last eight weeks.

What should I do if I didn't file my tax return or it's been more than eight weeks since I filed it?

Complete the Response form from your notice. Check the name, Social Security number (or Taxpayer Identification Number), and tax year on your notice. Make sure they match the name, number, and year on the return. Mail us a copy of the tax return. Sign the return and date it; if filing a joint return your spouse must also sign the return. Send the return with the Response form to the address listed on the notice.

What happens if I can't pay the full amount I owe when I file my return?

You can make a payment plan with us when you can't pay the full amount you owe. If you owe tax on any return(s) you file, we will use your refund to help pay it.

Can I get more time to file my past due return?

No. Once you receive your Notice of Deficiency (90-day letter), you have 90 days to file your past due tax return or file a petition in the Tax Court. If you do neither, the IRS will proceed with their proposed assessment.


Tips for next year

File your return on time.

Consider filing your taxes electronically. Filing online can help you avoid mistakes and find credits and deductions that you may qualify for. In many cases you can file for free. Learn more about e-file.

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The Tax Forms 2010

Tax forms 2010 5. Tax forms 2010   Table and Worksheets for the Self-Employed Table of Contents Community property laws. Tax forms 2010 As discussed in chapters 2 and 4, if you are self-employed, you must use the rate table or rate worksheet and deduction worksheet to figure your deduction for contributions you made for yourself to a SEP-IRA or qualified plan. Tax forms 2010 First, use either the rate table or rate worksheet to find your reduced contribution rate. Tax forms 2010 Then complete the deduction worksheet to figure your deduction for contributions. Tax forms 2010 The table and the worksheets in chapter 5 apply only to self-employed individuals who have only one defined contribution plan, such as a profit-sharing plan. Tax forms 2010 A SEP plan is treated as a profit-sharing plan. Tax forms 2010 However, do not use this worksheet for SARSEPs. Tax forms 2010 Rate table for self-employed. Tax forms 2010   If your plan's contribution rate is a whole percentage (for example, 12% rather than 12½%), you can use the table on the next page to find your reduced contribution rate. Tax forms 2010 Otherwise, use the rate worksheet provided below. Tax forms 2010   First, find your plan contribution rate (the contribution rate stated in your plan) in Column A of the table. Tax forms 2010 Then read across to the rate under Column B. Tax forms 2010 Enter the rate from Column B in step 4 of the Deduction Worksheet for Self-Employed on this page. Tax forms 2010    Example. Tax forms 2010 You are a sole proprietor with no employees. Tax forms 2010 If your plan's contribution rate is 10% of a participant's compensation, your rate is 0. Tax forms 2010 090909. Tax forms 2010 Enter this rate in step 4 of the Deduction Worksheet for Self-Employed on this page. Tax forms 2010 Deduction Worksheet for Self-Employed   Step 1           Enter your net profit from line 31, Schedule C (Form 1040); line 3, Schedule C-EZ (Form 1040); line 34, Schedule F (Form 1040)*; or box 14, code A**, Schedule K-1 (Form 1065)*. Tax forms 2010 For information on other income included in net profit from self-employment, see the Instructions for Schedule SE, Form 1040. Tax forms 2010       *Reduce this amount by any amount reported on Schedule SE (Form 1040), line 1b. Tax forms 2010       **General partners should reduce this amount by the same additional expenses subtracted from box 14, code A to determine the amount on line 1 or 2 of Schedule SE. Tax forms 2010     Step 2           Enter your deduction for self-employment tax from Form 1040, line 27             Step 3           Net earnings from self-employment. Tax forms 2010 Subtract step 2 from step 1     Step 4           Enter your rate from the Rate Table for Self-Employed or Rate Worksheet for Self-Employed     Step 5           Multiply step 3 by step 4     Step 6           Multiply $255,000 by your plan contribution rate (not the reduced rate)     Step 7           Enter the smaller of step 5 or step 6     Step 8           Contribution dollar limit $51,000     • If you made any elective deferrals to your self-employed plan, go to step 9. Tax forms 2010         • Otherwise, skip steps 9 through 20 and enter the smaller of step 7 or step 8 on step 21. Tax forms 2010       Step 9           Enter your allowable elective deferrals (including designated Roth contributions) made to your self-employed plan during 2013. Tax forms 2010 Do not enter more than $17,500     Step 10           Subtract step 9 from step 8     Step 11           Subtract step 9 from step 3       Step 12           Enter one-half of step 11     Step 13           Enter the smallest of step 7, 10, or 12     Step 14           Subtract step 13 from step 3     Step 15           Enter the smaller of step 9 or step 14       • If you made catch-up contributions, go to step 16. Tax forms 2010         • Otherwise, skip steps 16 through 18 and go to step 19. Tax forms 2010       Step 16           Subtract step 15 from step 14     Step 17           Enter your catch-up contributions (including designated Roth contributions), if any. Tax forms 2010 Do not enter more than $5,500     Step 18           Enter the smaller of step 16 or step 17     Step 19           Add steps 13, 15, and 18. Tax forms 2010     Step 20           Enter the amount of designated Roth contributions included on lines 9 and 17. Tax forms 2010     Step 21           Subtract step 20 from step 19. Tax forms 2010 This is your maximum deductible contribution. Tax forms 2010                 Next: Enter your actual contribution, not to exceed your maximum deductible contribution, on Form 1040, line 28. Tax forms 2010   Rate worksheet for self-employed. Tax forms 2010   If your plan's contribution rate is not a whole percentage (for example, 10½%), you cannot use the Rate Table for Self-Employed. Tax forms 2010 Use the following worksheet instead. Tax forms 2010 Rate Worksheet for Self-Employed 1) Plan contribution rate as a decimal (for example, 10½% = 0. Tax forms 2010 105)   2) Rate in line 1 plus 1 (for example, 0. Tax forms 2010 105 + 1 = 1. Tax forms 2010 105)   3) Self-employed rate as a decimal rounded to at least 3 decimal places (line 1 ÷ line 2) (for example, 0. Tax forms 2010 105 ÷ 1. Tax forms 2010 105 = 0. Tax forms 2010 095)   Figuring your deduction. Tax forms 2010   Now that you have your self-employed rate from either the rate table or rate worksheet, you can figure your maximum deduction for contributions for yourself by completing the Deduction Worksheet for Self-Employed. Tax forms 2010 Community property laws. Tax forms 2010   If you reside in a community property state and you are married and filing a separate return, disregard community property laws for step 1 of the Deduction Worksheet for Self-Employed. Tax forms 2010 Enter on step 1 the total net profit you actually earned. Tax forms 2010 Rate Table for Self-Employed Column A  If the plan contri- bution rate is: (shown as %) Column B  Your rate is: (shown as decimal) 1 . Tax forms 2010 009901 2 . Tax forms 2010 019608 3 . Tax forms 2010 029126 4 . Tax forms 2010 038462 5 . Tax forms 2010 047619 6 . Tax forms 2010 056604 7 . Tax forms 2010 065421 8 . Tax forms 2010 074074 9 . Tax forms 2010 082569 10 . Tax forms 2010 090909 11 . Tax forms 2010 099099 12 . Tax forms 2010 107143 13 . Tax forms 2010 115044 14 . Tax forms 2010 122807 15 . Tax forms 2010 130435 16 . Tax forms 2010 137931 17 . Tax forms 2010 145299 18 . Tax forms 2010 152542 19 . Tax forms 2010 159664 20 . Tax forms 2010 166667 21 . Tax forms 2010 173554 22 . Tax forms 2010 180328 23 . Tax forms 2010 186992 24 . Tax forms 2010 193548 25* . Tax forms 2010 200000* *The deduction for annual employer contributions (other than elective deferrals) to a SEP plan, a profit-sharing plan, or a money purchase plan cannot be more than 20% of your net earnings (figured without deducting contributions for yourself) from the business that has the plan. Tax forms 2010 Example. Tax forms 2010 You are a sole proprietor with no employees. Tax forms 2010 The terms of your plan provide that you contribute 8½% (. Tax forms 2010 085) of your compensation to your plan. Tax forms 2010 Your net profit from line 31, Schedule C (Form 1040) is $200,000. Tax forms 2010 You have no elective deferrals or catch-up contributions. Tax forms 2010 Your self-employment tax deduction on line 27 of Form 1040 is $9,728. Tax forms 2010 See the filled-in portions of both Schedule SE (Form 1040), Self-Employment Income, and Form 1040, later. Tax forms 2010 You figure your self-employed rate and maximum deduction for employer contributions you made for yourself as follows. Tax forms 2010 Deduction Worksheet for Self-Employed   Step 1           Enter your net profit from line 31, Schedule C (Form 1040); line 3, Schedule C-EZ (Form 1040); line 34, Schedule F (Form 1040)*; or box 14, code A**, Schedule K-1 (Form 1065)*. Tax forms 2010 For information on other income included in net profit from self-employment, see the Instructions for Schedule SE, Form 1040. Tax forms 2010 $200,000     *Reduce this amount by any amount reported on Schedule SE (Form 1040), line 1b. Tax forms 2010       **General partners should reduce this amount by the same additional expenses subtracted from box 14, code A to determine the amount on line 1 or 2 of Schedule SE. Tax forms 2010     Step 2           Enter your deduction for self-employment tax from Form 1040, line 27 9,728           Step 3           Net earnings from self-employment. Tax forms 2010 Subtract step 2 from step 1 190,272   Step 4           Enter your rate from the Rate Table for Self-Employed or Rate Worksheet for Self-Employed 0. Tax forms 2010 078   Step 5           Multiply step 3 by step 4 14,841   Step 6           Multiply $255,000 by your plan contribution rate (not the reduced rate) 21,675   Step 7           Enter the smaller of step 5 or step 6 14,841   Step 8           Contribution dollar limit $51,000     • If you made any elective deferrals to your self-employed plan, go to step 9. Tax forms 2010         • Otherwise, skip steps 9 through 20 and enter the smaller of step 7 or step 8 on step 21. Tax forms 2010       Step 9           Enter your allowable elective deferrals (including designated Roth contributions) made to your self-employed plan during 2013. Tax forms 2010 Do not enter more than $17,500 N/A   Step 10           Subtract step 9 from step 8     Step 11           Subtract step 9 from step 3       Step 12           Enter one-half of step 11     Step 13           Enter the smallest of step 7, 10, or 12     Step 14           Subtract step 13 from step 3     Step 15           Enter the smaller of step 9 or step 14       • If you made catch-up contributions, go to step 16. Tax forms 2010         • Otherwise, skip steps 16 through 18 and go to step 19. Tax forms 2010       Step 16           Subtract step 15 from step 14     Step 17           Enter your catch-up contributions (including designated Roth contributions), if any. Tax forms 2010 Do not enter more than $5,500     Step 18           Enter the smaller of step 16 or step 17     Step 19           Add steps 13, 15, and 18. Tax forms 2010     Step 20           Enter the amount of designated Roth contributions included on lines 9 and 17     Step 21           Subtract step 20 from step 19. Tax forms 2010 This is your maximum deductible contribution $14,841                 Next: Enter your actual contribution, not to exceed your maximum deductible contribution, on Form 1040, line 28. Tax forms 2010   See the filled-in Deduction Worksheet for Self-Employed on this page. Tax forms 2010 Rate Worksheet for Self-Employed 1) Plan contribution rate as a decimal (for example, 10½% = 0. Tax forms 2010 105) 0. Tax forms 2010 085 2) Rate in line 1 plus 1 (for example, 0. Tax forms 2010 105 + 1 = 1. Tax forms 2010 105) 1. Tax forms 2010 085 3) Self-employed rate as a decimal rounded to at least 3 decimal places (line 1 ÷ line 2) (for example, 0. Tax forms 2010 105 ÷ 1. Tax forms 2010 105 = 0. Tax forms 2010 095) 0. Tax forms 2010 078 This image is too large to be displayed in the current screen. Tax forms 2010 Please click the link to view the image. Tax forms 2010 Portion of Form 1040 and Portion of Schedule SE Prev  Up  Next   Home   More Online Publications