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IRS CP2000 Notice – What to Do and How to Respond

The Internal Revenue Service’s CP2000 notice is a computer-generated notice received by taxpayers after filing an income tax return. The purpose of a CP2000 notice is to inform a taxpayer that information the I.R.S. received from third parties (employers, banks, brokerages, etc.) does not match the information reported on the taxpayer’s return. Taxpayers often receive CP2000 notices when taxpayers’ income or payment is inaccurately reported or unreported on their tax…

When the IRS Comes Knocking: Understanding an IRS Summons

The IRS has broad authority through its summons power when conducting an audit or investigation to obtain and examine information from taxpayers and third-parties. In fact, I.R.C. § 7602 allows the IRS to issue a summons to: (1) a person liable for tax, (2) an officer or employee of such person, (3) a person with possession, custody, or care of the business books of a person liable for tax, or…

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