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CP22E IRS Notice

NOTICE OF MONEY OWED BECAUSE OF CHANGES FROM AN AUDIT ON A SPECIFIC TAX YEAR

Why did I receive a CP 22E IRS Notice?
The IRS sends taxpayers a CP 22E IRS Notice after an audit which results in changes to the taxpayers tax returns. The notice is telling you that you owe money because of those changes.
What should I do?
Do not ignore the notice, make sure to open it and thoroughly read it as soon as you receive it. You should pay the full amount owed by the date give, or contact the IRS about a payment plan if you cannot pay the full amount or you disagree with the notice. Make sure to update your personal records and tax return copy with the new information as well.
What do I do if I disagree with the notice?
If you disagree with the resulting tax debt from your audit, and you have relevant information which was not provided on the audit, you can contact the IRS about audit reconsideration. If you have already paid the full amount, you can file a claim with Form 1040X, Amended U.S. Individual Income Tax Return.
If you disagree with the notice, but you do not have relevant information which was not provided on the audit, you can still appeal your case with the IRS. To learn more about audits, and appeals, click here.
What can I do if I am unable to pay the amount in full?
You can contact the IRS to arrange a payment plan.
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 22E IRS Notice. Interest will be charged on any remaining unpaid balance after that date.
Will I be penalized if I am unable to 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 22E 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.
What do I do if I need to make another correction to my account?
You must file Form 1040X, Amended U.S. Individual Income Tax Return, and the IRS will review it.
If the changes on the notice are because of something my spouse did without my knowledge, am I responsible?
You may qualify for innocent spouse relief, to learn more click here.
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