IRS Letter 2644C – Second Interim Response
Letter 2644C notifies you that the IRS needs additional time to review the documents you submitted.
Type of Notice: Return accuracy
Likely next step: Handle an IRS CP2000 underreporter inquiry
Why you received IRS Letter 2644C
- You received a notice such as a CP2000 from the IRS indicating you may have underreported your income.
- You contacted the IRS regarding this notice.
- The IRS sent Letter 2644C as notification that they still need additional time to obtain and/or review your documents.
Notice deadline: N/A
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