Harless Tax Blog
Dealing With an IRS Audit Part 2
Friday, May 12, 2017
- Notices must include the amount (if any) of the tax, interest, and certain penalties you owe and must explain why you owe these amounts.
- If the IRS fully or partially disallows a refund claim, it must explain the specific reasons why.
- If the IRS proposes to assess tax against you, it must provide a letter with an explanation of the entire process from examination (audit) through collection, and explain that the Taxpayer Advocate Service may be able to assist you.
- This IRS letter must tell you about a possible review by an independent Office of Appeals.
- Help with Understanding Your IRS Notice or Letter is available online at IRS.gov.
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