Have you received a Notice of Deficiency letter (aka a CP2000 notice) after your IRS audit ended? If so, this is your final opportunity to dispute the audit in Tax Court. You have 90 days to respond. The clock is now running!
WATAX offers CP2000 help and can help determine your next steps:
- Is Tax Court an option? Tax court representation can be expensive, but if you want to be certain you meet the deadlines, it's your best bet.
- Dispute the Notice by Audit Reconsideration, Instead? Audit "recons" can be done outside the Tax Court deadlines thru Taxpayer Advocate or another venue.
- Challenge the Notice thru Other Means? You could try to try to dispute your audit thru your original auditor or thru Appeals. If your tax return was never filed, you might submit thru another venue.
- Accept the Assessment and Go for a Settlement? If you think your audit can't be salvaged, you can accept the tax liability and pursue a settlement or a penalty waiver.
Getting tax audit help and dealing with a Notice of Deficiency must be done smartly and with haste. The staff of WATAX is experienced with NODs and ready to solve this important tax issue for you.
Learn more about Notice of Deficiency here.