TaxAudit Blog

Keeping you up-to-date on tax issues that may affect your life.


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An IRS Notice CP32A is informing you that your refund check has not been claimed. To resolve this notice, you must call to request a new refund check. Read More ›

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IRS Notice CP21C is sent out when a taxpayer requests to make a change to their tax return. The notice informs the taxpayer that the change has been completed. Read More ›

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Details regarding the disposition of grouping of activities in order to more easily satisfy the material participation requirements for the RE Pro status. Read More ›

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IRS CP06A notice asks you to verify the Premium Tax Credit you claimed on your tax return with documentation. How should you properly respond to this notice? Read More ›

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Notice CP14H is issued by the IRS to inform you of your unpaid shared responsibility payment that is due and to request that payment. How should you respond? Read More ›

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IRS Notice CP21E informs taxpayers that an audit was recently done on their tax return and the IRS determined that those changes resulted in additional tax due. Read More ›

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The good news is there are many different expenses that you may be able to deduct in relation to your dog-walking job – but your shoes may not be among them. Read More ›

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The taxpayer owed over $30,000 in back tax debt that she couldn’t afford to pay. Not knowing what to do, the taxpayer contacted TaxAudit for help. Read More ›

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The short answer is yes, you can deduct education expenses for your dependents, but some limitations and qualifications must be met. Let's explore more. Read More ›

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You just received an IRS Notice CP90 - Intent to Levy and Unpaid Taxes - in the mail. Don't panic. Let's walk through the letter and determine your next steps. Read More ›

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