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NEW TAX NONFILER DETECTION SYSTEM.

Using a newly developed Integrated Nonfiler Compliance system, the FTB has identified more than 750,000 state income tax nonfilers for the 1999 tax year and has been sending notices to these individuals since early June.

The FTB claims that the new system will reduce unnecessary taxpayer contacts annually by 55,000 and will identify and contact 100,000 more nonfilers. Nonfiler notices now are tailored to reflect the specific facts of a case instead of being generic form letters.

Additionally, the new system has expanded self-service options to the Internet by creating a special Web page specifically for nonfilers. From this location, individuals can request more time to respond, retrieve information that can assist them in filing a tax return, learn about payment options, request tax forms, correct a misreported Social Security number and get answers to questions they may have concerning the notices.
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Date:Aug 1, 2001
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