IRS Letter 1616 – Proposed Assessment – Partnership Return

The IRS has prepared an unfiled return on behalf of the partnership and proposed taxes due.

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Type of Notice: Late return

Most common tax problem area: Business unfiled returns

Other tax problem areas: Unpaid business taxes, Business tax penalties

Why you received IRS Letter 1616

  1. The IRS never received a tax return for the year specified.
  2. The IRS sent you previous notices asking you to file a partnership tax return, but never received a response.
  3. The IRS is informing you that a return has been filed on behalf of the business.

Your options to address IRS Letter 1616

  1. File a return
  2. Clear up an account error
  3. Dispute the penalties
  4. Make arrangements to pay

Notice deadline: 30 days

If you miss the deadline: The IRS will process the return that is attached to this notice and send you a bill for taxes, penalties and interest.

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