IRS Letter 1802C – Conclusion of Underreporter Case
Letter 1802C is sent to inform you that the Automated Underreporter Unit is closing your case.
Type of Notice: Return accuracy
Most common tax problem area: IRS CP2000 underreporter inquiries
Why you received IRS Letter 1802C
- You filed a tax return.
- The IRS determined that there was a discrepancy between the income reported on your tax return and the income reported to the IRS by payers such as employers or banks.
- The Automated Underreporter Unit (AUR) sent you a notice itemizing the unreported income.
- The IRS sent Letter 1802C to notify you that the AUR has made a final determination and the case is being closed. You may still file an amended return if you have additional information you want considered.
Your options to address IRS Letter 1802C
- Dispute the taxes you owe
- Dispute the penalties
- Make arrangements to pay
Notice deadline: N/A
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