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CP22A IRS Notice

IRS MADE THE CHANGES YOU REQUESTED TO YOUR TAX RETURN, RESULTING IN A TAX DEBT

Why did I receive a CP 22A IRS notice?
The IRS sends taxpayers the notice after they have made changes to the tax return as requested by the taxpayer which resulted in additional taxes. The changes are made based on information provided by the taxpayer.
What Should I Do?
Carefully review your CP 22A IRS Notice as soon as you receive it, so you can understand why you owe additional taxes. Pay the IRS what you owe by the date on the notice, or contact them to make a payment arrangement. Make sure to update your personal records and tax returns with the new information.
Where can I find out the reason for the IRS changes if I did not ask them to?
Call the IRS using the toll free number provided on the top right corner of your CP 22A IRS Notice if you want detailed information on why changes were made to your tax return.
What do I tell the IRS when I call them?
Inform the IRs that you received a CP 22A IRS Notice with a balance due, and that you wish to review your case with a customer service representative. Make sure to have on hand your CP 22A IRS Notice, as well as any other relevant financial documents.
What do I do I if disagree with the notice?
If you disagree with the CP 22A IRS Notice, you can call the toll free number provided on your notice, which can be found on the top right corner of the first page.
What do I do if I cannot pay the full amount owed?
If you cannot pay the full amount, contact the IRS using the toll free number found on the top right corner of your CP 22A IRS Notice, and ask to discuss your payment options.
Will I be charged interest on the tax liability?
The IRS will start charging you interest only if you fail to pay the full amount before the date on your CP 22A IRS Notice. Interest will be charged on any remaining unpaid balance after that date.
Will I be penalized if I do not pay the full amount?
The IRS will asses you a late payment penalty if you cannot pay the full amount by the date it is due. You can call the IRS using the toll free number provided on your CP 22A IRS Notice, and if your financial situation qualifies, they may abate your penalties. The IRS will also consider you for penalty abatement if you can prove that you did not pay the taxes on your specific notice on time because of circumstances beyond your control. To learn more about penalty abatement, click here.
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