Now that the tax filing deadline has come and gone, the IRS will start sending out notices and letters to taxpayers. Receiving a notice can be intimidating, especially if it’s
The IRS receives information from third parties, such as financial institutions, gambling establishments, and employers. Through the use of an automated system, this information is compared to what is reported
Are you one of the thousands of taxpayers who did not file their federal tax returns last year? If so, there’s a good chance the IRS may file one for
In June, the IRS sent millions of letters notifying taxpayers that they had a balance due. Known as a CP14, this notice is required by law (Internal Revenue Code Section
Nothing can quicken your heart rate like getting an IRS letter in the mail. In many cases, however, there’s no need to panic. Not all letters from the IRS result
Last week, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that it’s suspending more than a dozen tax letters to provide additional help to taxpayers. With millions of original and amended returns
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sends millions of letters to taxpayers every year. The majority of these will be mailed out after the tax filing and payment deadline have passed.