Effectively respond to an IRS CP2000 notice
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Effectively respond to an IRS CP2000 notice

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An IRS CP2000 notice typically involves a mismatch of income between information statements (Forms 1099, W-2s, etc.) the IRS receives and information reported on a tax return. This discrepancy may cause an increase or decrease in tax or may not change it at all.

When the IRS issues such a notice, clients rely on their CPA practitioner to inform them of the important procedures they need to take to minimize potential tax and penalties and protect their appeals rights.

The

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