A tax notice is a notification from a tax jurisdiction informing you of a requirement, adjustment, or error involving your tax account. You may receive a notice by email or by postal mail.
Receiving a tax notice doesn't necessarily mean something's wrong. Some tax notices are simply informational in nature. Some provide updates about tax rate changes or let you know that you should adjust your filing schedule. Other notices alert you to possible errors with your tax account.
When you receive a tax notice, determine what type of information it provides and act accordingly.
|Rate change||Adjust your custom tax rules if they're affected by the rate change.|
|Scheduled return adjustment||Modify your scheduled returns in Returns.|
|Other informational notice||Make any relevant adjustments in your accounting software.|
Avalara manages obligations related to error notices on your behalf if you use Returns. When you receive an error notice: