IRS Letter 1025A – Incomplete Appeal Request
Additional information is needed to forward your case to the Office of Appeals.
Type of notice: Return accuracy
Possible next step: Address an IRS audit
Why you received IRS Letter 1025A
- You filed a tax return that the IRS selected for audit.
- You disagreed with the auditor’s decision, but you paid the tax, penalties and interest.
- You filed a claim for refund.
- The request for a refund was denied.
- You appealed the denial.
- The IRS sent Letter 1025A to inform you that additional information is needed before the case can be forwarded to Appeals.
Notice deadline: Varies
If you miss this deadline: The IRS will process the proposed changes to your tax return and send you a notice of deficiency which will give you 90 days to petition the U.S. Tax Court.
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