Mail delays at the IRS result in extra time for some taxpayers. On Dec. 11, the tax agency announced that notices that should’ve been mailed between Nov. 9 and Nov. 23 were delayed, due to the volume of notices to be processed and the ongoing impact of COVID-19. Some of these notices include a due date that has already passed. Also, some notices will include a message (Notice 1052-D) informing taxpayers they have extra time to respond to the original notices. “Notice 1052-D explains why the original notice was delayed and, more importantly, provides a new date by which to pay a balance owed or to respond if not in agreement with changes made by the IRS on the tax return,” the IRS stated.  Call or visit our website for more information!