IRS Letter 5600C – You May Have Paid Too Much Shared Responsibility Payment
You may have reported a higher amount of Shared Responsibility Payment than you owed.
Type of Notice: Return accuracy
Most common tax problem area: File an amended return
Why you received IRS Letter 5600C
- You filed a tax return and reported a Shared Responsibility Payment (SRP) for failing to have health insurance coverage for the entire year.
- The IRS determined you either do not owe the SRP or the amount you reported was too high.
- The IRS sent Letter 5600C to inform you that you may need to file an amended return to correct the amount of your SRP.
Notice deadline: None specified
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