Why Am I Receving a Notice From the IRS?

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IRS Notices are official documents that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sends to taxpayers to communicate important information about their tax return or tax account. The IRS issues a variety of notices to taxpayers to notify them about a range of issues, including:

  • Changes to tax returns
  • Tax balances due
  • You are due a larger or smaller refund
  • Verify your identity
  • Missing or incomplete tax returns
  • Requests for additional information
  • Audits
  • There is a delay in processing your tax return

IRS Notices typically contain specific details about the issue at hand, including the amount owed (if applicable), the reason for the notice, and any actions that the taxpayer needs to take to resolve the issue. The notices will also include a deadline for the taxpayer to respond, which is typically 30 days from the date of the notice.

It is important for taxpayers to read IRS Notices carefully and to take appropriate action as soon as possible. Failure to respond to IRS Notices can result in penalties, interest, and other consequences, including the possibility of the IRS taking legal action to collect unpaid taxes.

The focus of our practice is helping individuals and businesses resolve their IRS tax problems in the Las Vegas, Nevada, St. George, Utah areas, and elsewhere. If you or someone you know has received a notice from the IRS or state and it's causing great stress, contact me at 702-469-9426 or candy@numbercruncherllc.tax.

Comments (2)

Kristin Johnston - REALTOR®
RE/MAX Platinum - Waukesha, WI
Giving Back With Each Home Sold!

Great post!  Thanks for sharing and enjoy your day!

Apr 03, 2023 07:12 AM
Charles Ross - eXp Realty LLC
eXp Realty LLC Salina Group - Salina, KS
Love To Help People

Excellent Information. Thank you for sharing. Have a wonderful day and a blessed week 

Apr 10, 2023 07:02 AM