Tax Problem: IRS Notices

If you receive a letter or notice from the IRS, it will explain the reason for the correspondence and provide instructions. Many of these letters and notices can be dealt with simply, without having to call or visit an IRS office.The notice you receive covers a very specific issue about your account or tax return. Generally, the IRS will send a notice if it believes you owe additional tax, are due a larger refund, if there is a question about your tax return or a need for additional information.

Currently the IRS is making revisions on their IRS Notice/Letter They are in the process of redesigning its correspondence with taxpayers for clarity, effectiveness and efficiency. The new format includes a plain language explanation of the nature of the correspondence, clearly states what action the taxpayer must take and presents a clear, clean design.

Understanding Your IRS Notice/Letter

1st Don't Panic - The IRS itself says this, and you should take it to heart, for it is more important than you might think. First, open the envelope--don't assume you know what it is. Not every envelope from the IRS is a bill or even bad news. Many IRS letters and notices can be dealt with simply and painlessly. In fact, many merely specify what the IRS did with your account, what the IRS has received, or what the IRS has on file.

2nd Read Carefully - This sounds silly, but many of us don't read carefully enough. There are many reasons the IRS sends letters and notices. The notice may request payment, may notify you of how the IRS applied a payment you made, may notify you of a change to your account, or may request additional information. The notice you receive normally covers a very specific issue about your account or tax return.

3rd Understand You Are Not Alone - In many ways the IRS makes up for quality with quantity!  Every year the IRS sends millions and millions of letters and notices to taxpayers. Tax Relief Providers can help you settle your case for a fraction of what you owe. Don't fight this alone..CALL US TODAY.

4th Follow Instructions and Keep Copies - Each letter or notice offers specific instructions on what you need to do to satisfy the inquiry. A time frame for response is usually stated. Follow instructions, and respond in an appropriately targeted manner. Where proof will be helpful to your case, attach it (but do not send your only copy). Keep a copy of everything. 

5th Get Some Help - It often doesn't pay to fight with the IRS. So if a tax bill is small, don't get into the system and risk bigger problems for a few dollars. Just pay the bill and move on. Of course, what is small to one person is a major bill to someone else. CALL THE PROFESSIONALS WE CAN HELP CALL US TODAY....888-877-1090!