IRS Letter 1025B – 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

Also see: IRS penalties, IRS bill for unpaid taxes

Why you received IRS Letter 1025B

  1. You filed a tax return that the IRS selected for audit.
  2. You disagreed with the auditor’s decision and requested an appeals conference.
  3. The IRS sent Letter 1025B 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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