IRS Tax Examination Letters
There are at least four different types of IRS examination letters Scottsdale AZ used by the IRS. The most common include:
Letter 525—General 30 Day Letter. This letter gives you the results of a proposed adjustment to your tax return. If you do not agree you can file an appeal within 30 days from the date of the letter.
Letter 1153—Trust Funds Recovery Penalty Letter. This letter is the IRS’s attempt to collect the federal employment or excise taxes due from your business. You have 60 days to appeal this decision from the date of the letter with the IRS Appeals Office.
Letter 3219—Notice of Deficiency. This is notice of by the IRS Commissioner that you owe additional tax. You have 90 days from the date of the notice to file a petition with the Tax Court.
Letter 3391—30 Day Non-filer letter. This is notice that the IRS believe you have not filed returns for the period(s) mentioned in the letter. It includes the amount of proposed adjusts to your tax return. You can protest this assessment within 30 days of the date of this letter. If you neglect to appeal this decision, the proposed assessments become a Substitute for Return (SFR).
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