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IRS Notice CP10 is issued when the IRS believes there was a miscalculation on your tax return. This results in changes that affect your estimated tax payments.

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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?

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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.

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They received an IRS tax notice demanding payment for over $600,000 in tax, interest, and penalties. Not knowing what to do, they contacted TaxAudit for help.

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Thirty days from the date of the IRS Notice CP90, the IRS has the right to begin taking assets. This can include bank accounts, wages, and retirement accounts.

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IRS Notice CP60 informs taxpayers a payment was posted to their account in error. The IRS removed the payment and the taxpayer now owes additional tax.

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A CP30 notice is sent to inform you that your anticipated refund has been reduced. The IRS will outline why your refund was reduced and list the new amount.

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IRS CP23 letter notifies you of a change to your return due to a difference between the amount of estimated tax payments and the amount posted to your account.

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IRS letter CP13 states a miscalculation was made on your tax return and that you do not owe any additional tax, but you will no longer be receiving a refund.

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CP11 explains that the IRS has made changes to your return in order to correct a miscalculation made while filing your taxes and additional taxes are due.

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You received an IRS Notice CP12 because the IRS corrected one or more mistakes they believe were made on your tax return. What do you need to do?

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