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Tag: IRS letter

Back Taxes

When a taxpayer fails to file their return, the IRS will come knocking usually in the form of a notice of tax due for back taxes. Back tax help is available.

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The first thing to do when you get audited by the IRS is to not panic! It be scary but with the right tools and resources you will be able to get through it.

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Man reading a notice

Recently, the IRS sent many taxpayers  a confusing set of letters. The follow-up notice, Letter 6470, notifies the taxpayer of their legal rights to appeal.

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The first step in preparing for that audit is reading the letter carefully. Audits rarely examine everything on the return, but only ask about specific items.

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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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Responding to an IRS audit is not the easiest thing to do. Surviving an audit is much easier with professional representation.

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Depart of the Treasury Letter

We have created a list of 5 quick tips on how to deal with any IRS letter you receive to help make the process as quick and painless as possible.

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