Do’s and Don’ts for Taxpayers Who Receive a Letter or Notice from the IRS
What should you do if you receive a letter or notice from the IRS?
Don’t ignore it.
Most IRS letters and notices are about federal tax returns or tax accounts. Each notice deals with a specific issue and must be address.
The IRS and its authorized private collection agencies do send letter by mail. Most of the time the taxpayer needs an understanding of the letter and needs guidance on what appropriate action to take. Our office is available for assistance.
Do contact our office.
Taking action timely and appropriate action could minimize additional interest and penalty charges.
Send us an Email: email@example.com or send us a Fax: #321-723-8218
Do avoid scams
The IRS will never contact the taxpayer by using social media or by text message. The first contact from the IRS usually comes through mail. If in doubt, contact our office.
Contact our Case Resolution Department for assistance.
Have an IRS letter and need assistance? Contact our Case Resolution Department at Alron Taxes, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Alron Enterprises, Inc. Case Resolution specializes in providing taxpayers the highest quality, expert assistance with timely resolving all tax matters with the IRS. Give us a call at 321-951-7626, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, fax us at #321-723-8218 or contact us here. We look forward to working with you!
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