IRS Letter 3501 – Second Interim Letter to Taxpayer
The IRS received the audit documents you sent and the IRS needs additional time to review them.
Type of Notice: Return accuracy
Likely next step: Address an IRS tax audit
Why you received IRS Letter 3501
- You were notified that your tax return was being audited.
- You sent the auditor documents to back up the information on the tax return.
- You may have received a previous letter requesting additional time to review your documents.
- The IRS sent Letter 3500 to notify you that the IRS still needs more time to review the documents you submitted. You should receive a response within 45 days from the date on the notice.
Notice deadline: N/A
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