IRS Letter 861C – Power of Attorney, Tax Information Authorization and/or U.S. Estate Tax Return Incomplete for Processing
The IRS sends Letter 861C to a taxpayer or a tax professional when an authorization form, such as Form 2848, 8821 or 706, is incomplete or there is a problem with the authorization.
Type of Notice: Account information or change
Likely next step: Research your IRS account
Why you received IRS Letter 861C
- You filed a Form 2848, 8821 or 706 with the IRS.
- The form was incomplete or there was another type of problem.
- The IRS sent Letter 861C to request additional information.
Notice deadline: None specified
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