You may be asking yourself “Why did I receive a letter from the IRS?” Once you get over the shock remember that you’re not alone and don’t ignore that letter! While many notices are sent regarding an audit, there are many other reasons you might receive a letter from the IRS including a refund, balance due, changes to your return, incorrect information, and more. It may not be the dreaded IRS letter after all.

Please note: The IRS will never contact taxpayers via phone, email, text message or social media. All letters from the IRS are sent through the U.S. Postal Service. An IRS solicitation other than a letter sent through the Postal Service may be a scam attempt to gain access to your personal and/or financial information. You do not have to deal with the IRS alone, contact a tax professional today.

Handling Your Letter from the IRS
Follow directions. Your letter from the IRS will have specific instructions about what you need to do. Pay close attention to the return mailing address as well as your response deadline. Keep copies of any correspondence you have with the IRS as you may need to refer to it later.

There are options for resolution. Many people choose to personally resolve minor tax issues such as an inaccurate address or Social Security numbers. However, if you want to dispute the IRS notice or need help with more complex open tax issues, working with a tax accountant is recommended.

If you’ve received a letter or notice from the IRS, please fill out the form to receive a Free Consultation with our tax specialist at Strategic Tax Solutions LLC.

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