Get expat tax notice and audit support from the experts at H&R Block.
Tax notices must be responded to in a timely manner but living abroad can make that difficult. These notices are often delivered late and sometimes they’re not delivered at all causing potential penalties and interest.
We also understand that tax laws are complicated and dealing with the IRS when living overseas can be challenging. With H&R Block, we help solve and avoid these problems with our Advanced Notice and Audit Support service for expats.
How our product works
By using our service when you file you can rest easy knowing that you’ll have expat supportif you receive a tax notice or are audited.
If you filed your expat taxes with H&R Block but didn’t choose the Advanced Notice &Audit Support option, you can still receive expat audit support if you receive a notice. Our tax advisors will explain the notice at no charge and can represent you in the case of an audit for an additional hourly fee.
Looking for expat tax help? Here you’ll find answers to common tax notice and audit questions.
While some IRS notices can signal the beginning of an audit, others are informational and may require no action. We have the expertise to help you understand the any IRS letter you may receive and respond confidently.
Unfortunately, for filers living outside of the United States, IRS notices are often delivered late. Find out how we can take care of your IRS notice when you choose H&R Block’s Advanced Notice & Audit Support.
Audit risk is determined by a number of factors and your audit risk will depend on your facts and circumstances. However, there are audit campaigns focused on expat tax compliance. We can help you understand the likelihood of an audit as an expat.
Common notices for expats include the CP49, CP24, CP2000 and CP32A. If you're like most taxpayers, those may sound like foreign terms. But, not to our tax experts! Let us outline these common expat notices and what they could mean for you.