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Tag: CP2000

Woman reading a letter

There are hundreds of different types of letters and notices you can receive from the IRS. Let's focus on a few of the more common IRS notice types we see.

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Cancellation of Debt (COD) Income

When you are relieved of debt through the cancellation of debt, that amount is considered to be income to you, even though you did not receive cash.

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When you purchase Audit Defense from TaxAudit, you’re purchasing more than just assistance with your IRS or state notice. You are choosing peace of mind.

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Audit Letters

Avoid the temptation to ignore the notice. In most cases, the IRS or a state agency may only need additional information to finish processing your return.

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Woman reading CP2000 letter from the IRS

If you received a CP2000 notice from the IRS, it helps to understand what it is and how to handle it. Here are a few essential things to know about a CP2000.

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Money background with SCAM written on top with block letters

Thieves are creating convincing IRS CP2000 letters and sending them to unsuspecting taxpayers via the postal service and as an email attachment from the “IRS.”

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Stock Chart

I got a CP2000 notice from the IRS. It says I owe $12,269 for securities I sold. I purchased the stock in 2005 and sold it at a loss of almost $10,000...

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