Getting any notice from the IRS can be stressful. That’s why it’s important to have a dedicated team of tax professionals on your side to help you take the next necessary steps.
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What to know about a CP2000 notice
Also known as an underreported inquiry. Getting a CP2000 notice means there’s a mismatch between the info reported on your tax return and the payment or income in the IRS’ records. Our dedicated process to solve your tax issues can help.
What to do if you get a CP2000 notice from the IRS
How and When to Contest Your CP2000 Inquiry
If the IRS sends you a CP2000 notice, the IRS is basically saying, “We think you misreported items on your return, and we think you owe more taxes.”View more
IRS Soft Notices: Earned Income Tax Credits to Crypto Currencies
The IRS may send a “soft notice” to alert a taxpayer about possible issues it finds in a tax return. Learn about some common soft notices and how to respond to them.View more
How to request CP2000 reconsideration from the IRS
If the IRS failed to consider your response to a Notice CP2000, you may be able to request a CP2000 reconsideration. These are the actions you can take to file a CP2000 reconsideration request.View more
8 Things You Should Know About IRS CP2000 Notices
There’s no reason to panic if you receive an IRS CP2000 notice. It looks and acts like an IRS audit, but you’re not being audited. Receiving this computer-generated notice in most cases means that the IRS is questioning whether you underreported your income on your filed tax return.View more
10 things to know before you respond to an IRS CP2000 notice
If you receive a CP2000 notice from the IRS, there are important things to consider before you send a response to the IRS.View more
The CP2000 notice stream: What it means for you
Every year, the IRS matches tax returns with billions of what’s known as information returns (such as Forms W-2, 1099, etc.) that it gets from third party employers and other payers (such as banks). The IRS is looking for errors and missing income when it compares the information returns to the filed tax returns.View more
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