How to Respond to an IRS Notice or Letter (IRS Tax Help Relief)

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How to Respond to an IRS Notice or Letter (IRS Tax Help Relief)

  1. 1. Copyright © 2013 Landmark Tax Group™ www.LandmarkTaxGroup.com All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. Notices and Letters are Commonplace Some IRS Notices and Letters are for informational purposes only, however others are instructional and may require strict response times. www.LandmarkTaxGroup.com The following steps can be used to determine how to respond to an IRS Notice or Letter…
  3. 3. How to Respond to an IRS Notice or Letter Step #1 Immediately review the correspondence to determine the nature and reason for the communication. Is the IRS simply confirming a recent change you made to your tax account or is the IRS notifying you of its intent to levy your bank account unless you respond within 30 days? www.LandmarkTaxGroup.com
  4. 4. How to Respond to an IRS Notice or Letter Step #2 Determine if a time frame to respond is given. Many IRS Notices and Letters require a 10-day or 30-day response time. www.LandmarkTaxGroup.com
  5. 5. How to Respond to an IRS Notice or Letter Step #3 Check the IRS website for more information on your Notice or Letter number (i.e. CP504, L1058). The Notice or Letter number can usually be found in the upper right- hand corner of each page. An explanation and list of common IRS Notices and Letters can be found here. www.LandmarkTaxGroup.com
  6. 6. How to Respond to an IRS Notice or Letter Step #4 Most IRS correspondence contain a contact phone number on the top of the first page that you can call to respond. Whenever responding to the IRS, it is best to always contact the specific office or employee that issued the correspondence to you. By providing your Taxpayer Identification Number and Notice/Letter number, you should be able to secure enough information about your account that will allow you to make an informed decision on how to proceed. www.LandmarkTaxGroup.com
  7. 7. How to Respond to an IRS Notice or Letter Step #5 If you don’t feel comfortable calling the IRS or you still have questions after speaking to an IRS employee, we will be happy to review and interpret your IRS Notice or Letter for FREE. Send us your Notice or Letter for a FREE review here. www.LandmarkTaxGroup.com
  8. 8. For Assistance www.LandmarkTaxGroup.com Landmark Tax Group™ Tel: 1-714-382-6780 Fax: 1-714-750-9366 Email: Help@landmarktaxgroup.com www.LandmarkTaxGroup.com Have Questions? Need Help? Contact us for a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL consultation! Professional assistance from CPAs and former IRS Auditors
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  10. 10. About Landmark Tax Group™ www.LandmarkTaxGroup.com   IRS Relief | Tax Preparation Landmark Tax Group is a professional tax firm that represents individual and business taxpayers before  the IRS and State taxing authorities. The Firm is owned and operated by former IRS Revenue Officer  Michael Raanan, MBA, EA. Specialties: • Individual and Business Tax Relief • Back Taxes • Unfiled Returns - Tax Preparation • Audits • Offer-in-Compromise - Tax Settlements • Installment Agreements - Payment Plans • Tax Liens  • Bank and Wage Levies • Penalty and Interest Abatement • Seizures • Innocent Spouse Claims • Trust Fund Taxes - Payroll Taxes • Appeals • Currently Not Collectible • and More Consultations with our CPAs and former IRS Personnel are always FREE and CONFIDENTIAL 
  11. 11. Notice and Disclaimers IRS Circular 230: To ensure compliance with requirements imposed by the Internal Revenue Service, you are informed that the material herein is not intended to be used or construed as United States tax advice and is not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding penalties under the Internal Revenue Code, or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any matters addressed herein. This material is purely a resource of general information which is intended, but not promised or guaranteed, to be correct, complete, and up-to-date. This material is not intended to be a source of official legal or tax advice; hence, the reader should not rely on information provided herein, and should always seek the advice of competent tax professional when making tax-related decisions. Individual and business taxpayers are strongly encouraged to discuss their unique tax situation with a qualified tax professional. No reproduction allowed without  permission from, or attribution to, Landmark Tax Group™ Copyright © 2013 Landmark Tax Group™. All Rights Reserved. www.LandmarkTaxGroup.com

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