New 30-Day Deferral Option Available for MyFTB Users
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September 25, 2017
Effective September 25, users will be able to request the 30-day deferral Quick Resolution option for Individual Filing Enforcement Notices of Proposed Assessments. This option is only available for individuals at this time.
A new radio button will be added to the Response to Proposed Assessment section, "I do not wish to protest – I request a 30-day deferral to file the required valid tax return." if the deferral option is available. When this option is selected you will be provided with the updated date a valid tax return is due by.
Note: To protest or respond to a proposed assessment online, you must have an active Power of Attorney (POA) Declaration for the year on the assessment. If you do not have an active POA Declaration, your client may submit the protest or quick resolution worksheet online by logging in to their own MyFTB account.
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