IRS Letter 2030 – Proposed Changes to Your Tax Return
The income reported on your Form 1120 or 1041 does not match the income reported to the IRS by banks, businesses, and other payers. As a result, the IRS proposed changes to your tax return.
Type of Notice: Return accuracy
Most common tax problem area: Business audits
Why you received IRS Letter 2030
- You filed a Form 1120 or Form 1041 with the IRS.
- When processing the return, the IRS compared the income, credits and deductions reported on the return with information from third parties such as banks, businesses and other payers. The IRS found a discrepancy between what was reported on the return and what was reported by third parties.
- The IRS sent Letter 2030 to propose changes to the return based on the discrepancy. You do not need to file an amended return. Letter 2030 gives you 45 days to agree or disagree with the proposed changes.
Your options to address IRS Letter 2030
- Dispute the taxes you owe
- Make arrangements to pay
Notice deadline: 45 days
If you miss the deadline: The IRS will send you a notice that gives you 90 days to protest the additional taxes in U.S. Tax Court. If you do not protest the additional taxes, the IRS will send you a bill for taxes, penalties and interest.
Want more help?
See your local tax pro for a free consultation.
Worried about IRS interest? See if you might qualify to have your interest reduced or removed. Learn more from the tax experts at H&R Block.
Receive an IRS CP48 notice? Learn more about notice CP48, why you received it, and how to handle it with help from the tax experts at H&R Block.
The IRS has received your inquiry about a payment plan and needs more information from you. Learn more about IRS notice LT24 from the tax experts at H&R Block.
Learn more about notice CP05, why you received it, and how to handle an IRS CP05 notice with help from the tax experts at H&R Block.