If you have received IRS notice or CP 2566, you’ve just found out that the IRS has prepared your tax return call us today. Since 1982.
We are former IRS agents, managers and teaching instructors when formerly employed by the Internal Revenue Service.
We know every system to fully resolve this problem.
You’ll never have to speak to the Internal Revenue Service and if you owe money we cannot only resolve the situation but settle your case at the same time.
If you do not respond to the letter and correct the assessment that is made by the Internal Revenue Service you have just received, the amount found on this notice IIRS expects to be in full.
You have different options to deal with this situation and that is mainly to correct the IRS notice that is sent to you.
If you do not correct the notice that has been sent to you you can expect the IRS to start sending demand letters and following it up with the wage, bank or the filing of a federal tax lien.
It’s best to nip this in the bud respond to Internal Revenue Service.
If this is a simple matter you should take care of it yourself if it is more complicated you should get a tax professional to represent you for the matter.
How did IRS come up with the figures
Understanding Your CP2566 Notice
IRS didn’t receive your tax return.
IRS calculated your tax, penalty and interest based on wages and other income reported to us by employers, financial institutions and others.
Basically, the W-2s, 1099s and other transmittal documents are sent to the Internal Revenue Service by third parties the IRS has done a match program and is associated your Social Security numbers with these income sources sent by financial institutions to the IRS.
What you Can Do, OPTIONS
Use the income information we sent with the notice, along with other income you received to prepare your return.
File your return to claim expenses and deductions you’re entitled to.
To receive a refund, you must file the return within three years of the due date for the specific tax year.
Review collection procedures for taxpayers filing and/or paying late for what happens when you don’t file a tax return
Review your records and make sure you filed all your prior returns. Download copies of prior year tax returns and products.
Check to see that you have enough money withheld from your paycheck to pay your taxes.
If you have any questions or we can be of assistance if you have not filed your back taxes or mail money call us today for a free initial tax consultation.