DOR mailed over 80,000 of these notices last tax year alerting taxpayers that their refund was either greater or lower than expected because of errors on line items and other simple mistakes.
Taxpayers can challenge the refund adjustment by writing to the address listed on the Notice or by calling Customer Service.
|Top Ten Reasons why DOR Adjusts Your Refund Check.|
|1.||Form 1, Line 44||Overpayment - correction in overpayment due to error on line 2A, 8, 11, 14, or 27|
|2.||Form 1, Line 8A||Unemployment amount does not agree with unemployment amount on file|
|3.||Form 1, Line 8B||Lottery amount does not agree with lottery winnings on file|
|4.||Form 1, Line 36||Withholding adjusted related to unclaimed Lottery winnings on Line 8B|
|5.||Form 1, Line 28||No Tax Status allowed according to Filing Status Threshold|
|6.||Form 1, Line 44||Overpayment: Correction in Overpayment due to No Tax Status|
|7.||Form 1, Line 47||Amount of tax you owe: Error in amount of tax you owe due to Error on Line 2A, 8, 11, 14, or 27|
|8.||Form 1, Line 46||Direct Deposit information incomplete|
|9.||Form 1, Line 44||Overpayment - Correction in overpayment due to Limited Income Credit|
|10.||Form 1, Line 29||Qualifies for Limited Income Credit that was added to Line 29|
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