Hello there, CarolKaye.
Thanks for visiting the Community. I'd be glad to share a few details about sending tax rate notice to Intuit.
Generally, you can send the tax notices to us in any of these email addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Once the notice has been indexed to our work queue, you'll receive a system generated confirmation from firstname.lastname@example.org.
You also have the option to mail the notice to us. Here are the details you can use:
QuickBooks Desktop Payroll Assisted
P.O. Box 30005
Reno, NV 89520-9854
I'm confident that you'll be able to send the notice without an issue. Reach back to me if you have other questions. I'm only a post away!
Thank you for posting in the Community. I'll be happy to get you to the right support to get this resolved.
I recommend reaching out to our Payroll Support to walk you through you in forwarding the federal or state tax agencies notice for research. The agents can also assess and update your account to help you get back to business in no time.
Here's how you can reach them:
That should get you back on track.
Keep me posted on how the call goes. I'll be happy to help you further. Wishing you and your business continued success.
Unfortunately my message was mangled by the email address filter. You list two email addresses in your response. What I am trying to say is that the first email address in your post works, the second one does not work, it sends back a message that says: "The response from the remote server was:
550 #5.1.0 Address rejected."
Hey there, deep1.
Thanks for sharing the exact error message since it gives me a better picture of what happened. I’d be glad to provide a few details about this.
This can happen if the sender's email address, IP address, or email service provider is being blocked. However, I have confirmed that email@example.com is no longer a working email.
You’ll have to email the federal or state notice to firstname.lastname@example.org. After sending it, a tax specialist will mail you a letter confirming the required resolution.
Feel free to read this article for more details: Notice of Discrepancy.
I'd be glad to hear back from you if you have any follow-up questions. Please know that I'm just a comment away. Have a great day ahead.
I tried to send a notice to that email account, but never received a confirmation as described.
This was eleven days ago. When I called QuickBooks support a week ago I was told that work on the tax notice resolution was "pending," but now I'm on yet another call just trying to find a way to check on the status of my submission.
Is there no case number assigned to such submissions? If the system doesn't work, or if there's a bug, then is there no other way to check that the documents were received?
Welcome back to QuickBooks Community, Rethunk. I appreciate you for providing detailed information on what you've done to fix the issue. At this time, there's no case number assigned to such submissions or any bug issue about this.
In order to receive a confirmation as described from sending a state tax notice, you'll need to make sure that you're sending it to the right email which is Taxnoticeresolution@intuit.com. And, this email goes directly to the Tax notice team and will email you confirming the required resolution. Occasionally, cases may take longer due to agency delays or other factors.
You should receive a confirmation receipt within 3-5 business days. However, if you didn't receive a confirmation within that specific day, I suggest making sure that you're using/your Efile is active. This is to ensure you're able to get the notice of your submission about filing and paying taxes. To check the status of the electronic services enrollment, you can go to the Help icon and contact our QuickBooks Payroll Team. They have the tools to verify the standing of your Efile services.
Please click this article to see a list of common IRS notices that pertain to payroll and why you might have received the notice: What to do if you receive a tax notice.
Please feel free to get back to me here for any additional questions about tax notices. I always have your back. Thanks for dropping in, and cheers for more success!
"You should receive a confirmation receipt within 3-5 business days."
Why would I not receive a simple "email received" confirmation immediately? Literally every other tax/financial software service I've used does this: one email to confirm I submitted something, then another email later once something has happened.
After another 45+ minutes on a call, the problem was (apparently) that "e-services" weren't turned on. Maybe that's the same as e-file? This despite the fact that I signed up for Automatic payment, followed every step, etc. Three customer support service calls in a row didn't identify any such problem.
Tax payments were shown as "Automatic." There's was no notification or warning anywhere indicating that some other service (e-file? e-services?) wasn't turned on.
I'm a software developer. I've designed many user interfaces. I remain baffled by how hard it is to find information in QuickBooks, and how many things can go wrong without notification or warning.