IRS Letter 1912 – Follow-Up Letter Transmitting Examination Reports
This letter serves as a follow-up because you did not respond to the letter proposing changes to your tax return.
Type of Notice: Return accuracy
Most common tax problem area: IRS audits
Why you received IRS Letter 1912
- The IRS selected your tax return for an audit.
- After the audit, the IRS proposed changes to your tax return resulting in additional tax and penalties.
- The IRS sent you a letter with the proposed changes but did not receive a response within 30 days.
Your options to address IRS Letter 1912
- Dispute the taxes you owe
- Dispute the penalties
Notice deadline: 15 days
If you miss the deadline: You will lose the opportunity to work with the auditor to address items with which you disagree and the IRS will then issue a notice of deficiency. This notice gives you 90 days to petition the U.S. Tax Court.
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