IRS Letter 2469C – Possible Refund Letter

You may have a refund due for a year in which no tax return was filed.

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Type of Notice: Late return

Most common tax problem area: Unfiled tax returns

Other tax problem areas: IRS penalties, IRS bill for unpaid taxes

Why you received IRS Letter 2469C

  1. The IRS did not receive a tax return for the year in question.
  2. The IRS determined, based on information reported by others (employers, banks etc.), that you appear to have paid more in withholdings than would be required for the income reported.
  3. Letter 2469C was sent to notify you that you may be due a refund, provided a return is filed within three years of the original return due date.

Your options to address IRS Letter 2469C

  1. File a return

Notice deadline: Three years from the return due date

If you miss the deadline: If you do not file a return within three years of the original return due date, you will not receive a refund for that tax year.

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