Understanding IRS Notices or Letters

Have you received an IRS Notice or Letter? If yes don’t panic. Your notice or letter will explain the reason why you are being contacted by the IRS. You’ll be able to secure representation from an IRS Tax Resolution Expert to handle your case for you.

If you owe $10,000 or more you might be able to settle your debt for pennies on the dollar.

Why was I notified by the IRS?

You might be wondering why you were contacted by the IRS in the first place. The IRS sends out notices and letters for the following reasons:

  • You have a balance due.
  • You are due a larger or smaller refund.
  • The IRS have questions about your tax return.
  • The IRS needs to verify your identity.
  • The IRS needs additional information.
  • Your tax return waschanged by the IRS.
  • There is a delay in processing your return and the IRS needs to notify you.

What’s next?

Read each IRS notice or letter as they contain a lot of valuable information, so it’s very important that you read them carefully. If you need help in understanding the communication received please contact an IRS Tax Resolution Expert..


If your notice or letter requires a response by a specific date, pay attention to those dates and respond accordingly. Don’t ignore any deadlines as this will help you:

  • to minimize additional interest and penalty charges.
  • to preserve your appeal rights if you don’t agree with the amount stated on the letter or notice.

Keep a copy of all IRS notices or letters received.

It’s important to keep a copy of all notices or letters with your tax records. You will need these documents at a later date.

Contact an IRS Tax Resolution Expert for Help.

Do not make the mistake of taking on the IRS alone. Like not going to court without a lawyer, don’t try to handle your IRS case on your own. This might jeopardize your case and cost you more in the long run.

User | 1/10/2017