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How many days needed for 3 day notice of cancellation / now you can DIY your tax filings
July 18, 2019
How many days needed for 3 day notice of cancellation from  July 3, 2019 article

    We’ve been giving our customers 3 business days for the NOC.  So if the sale occurs on a Friday they would have until the following Wednesday at midnight to cancel.  This, for all intents and purposes, gives the customer a 5-day NOC.  Do we have to do this, or is this just something nice we are doing?


            I believe the question Anonymous seeks an answer to is: is midnight of the third day at the beginning of that third day, or at the end thereof.
            With this question in mind, we have added the words "at the end" of the notice we provide, to clarify that the three day right to cancel extends to the end of that day.
            The notice of cancellation and cancellation rights can be different state to state.  Many states model the notice on the Federal 3 day notice requirement.  That notice provides for 3 business days.  For the Federal notice Saturday and legal holidays do not count for one of the days.  Some state notice reads 72 hours, not days.  K&K provides the correct form for your state when you order the Residential All in One.
now you can DIY your tax filings
            Just wanted to let your readers know that the IRS Taxpayer Advocate has produced a “Subway Map” to allow taxpayers to navigate the IRS on their own.  Just as DIY security systems have given consumers the ability to bypass alarm companies, this gives all of you the ability to bypass firms like mine.  In all fairness I am posting it on your blog so that individuals and business owners can deal directly with the IRS and not need us anymore. See the road map here:
Mitch Reitman
            Thanks Mitch.  That road map is about as helpful as using a bed sheet for a parachute.

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