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There are a number of IRS letters and notices that are sent as either Examination Letters, Collection Letters, or Notices. See IRS Letters and Notices Offering Appeal for a brief summary of each of the following letters or notices:

Examination Letters:

  • Letter 525 - General 30 Day Letter
  • Letter 531 - Notice of Deficiency
  • Letter 692 - Request for Consideration of Additional Findings
  • Letter 915 - Letter to Transmit Examination Report
  • Letter 950 - 30 Day Letter-Straight Deficiency or Over-Assessment
  • Letter 1153 - Trust Funds Recovery Penalty Letter
  • Letter 3016 - IRC Section 6015 Preliminary Determination Letter (30 Day)
  • Letter 3391 - 30-Day Nonfiler Letter
  • Letter 3727 - 30-Day Letter Notifying Taxpayer No Change to Original Report Disallowing EIC Based on Failure to Meet Residency Test for Children Claimed
  • Letter 3728 - 30-Day Letter Notifying Taxpayer No Change to Original Report Partially Disallowing EIC Based on Failure to Meet Residency Test for 1 Child

 

Collection Letters:

  • Letter 11 - Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing
  • Letter 1058 - Final Notice Reply Within 30 Days
  • Letter 1085 - 30-Day Letter Proposed 6020(b) Assessment
  • Letter 3172 - Notice of Federal Tax Lien Filing and Your Rights to a Hearing under IRC 6320

 

Notices:

  • CP 90 - Final Notice of Intent to Levy
  • CP 92/CP 242 - Notice of Levy upon Your State Tax Refund
  • CP 523 - IMF Installment Agreement Default Notice
  • CP 2000 - Adjustments to Return Based on Information Received by the IRS from Third Parties

Additional Information

For detailed notice information and assistance, see the TaxAct Notice Review


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