Are you receiving many IRS Notices in the mail from the IRS? Is it unclear to you what some of them mean? Sometimes there are duplicates of these IRS notices, as well as documents that conflict each other. We can be your translators; let us look over the documents and tell you exactly what they want. We can even tell you what you can do to fix the problem and guide you every step of the way. Many of these IRS notices will require immediate response. Though it is easy to ignore, these letters should not be taken lightly. They are ultimately threats as to what the IRS can do to affect you and your family. Do not wait any longer, else you may soon find yourself being stripped of money or your possessions! We can help you with these IRS Notices.
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Typically, the IRS needs a response if you don’t agree with the information, the IRS need additional information, or you have a balance due. If the IRS changed your tax return, compare the information we provided in the Notice or Letter with the information in your original return. If the IRS receive a return that they suspect is identity theft, they will ask you to verify your identity using the web address provided in the letter. Respond within the required timeframe. If the IRS asks for a response within a specific timeframe, you must respond on time to minimize additional interest and penalty charges or to preserve your appeal rights if you don’t agree. Pay as soon as possible. Pay as much as you can, even if you can’t pay the full amount you owe. You can pay online or apply for an Online Payment Agreement or Offer in Compromise. If you need help, Call The Trusted Tax Relief Company, OIC Tax Services.