IRS Letter 3404C – Third Party Contact
One or more payers who sent you an information statement (such as a Form W-2, 1099, etc.), will be contacted by the IRS.
Type of Notice: Return accuracy
Most common tax problem area: IRS CP2000 underreporter inquiries
Why you received IRS Letter 3404C
- You filed a tax return.
- The IRS determined that there was a discrepancy between the income reported on the tax return and the income reported to the IRS by others such as employer and banks.
- You may have responded to a notice sent by the IRS to resolve the discrepancy.
- The IRS sent Letter 3404C to inform you that additional information is needed and that the IRS is contacting the payers listed on the notice for clarification.
Notice deadline: N/A
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