IRS Letter 916C – Claim Incomplete for Processing; No Consideration

Your tax return, claim or request is incomplete and cannot be processed.

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Type of Notice: Return accuracy

Most common tax problem area: IRS return and account problems

Other tax problem areas: IRS audits

Why you received IRS Letter 916C

  1. You submitted a tax return, claim or requested audit reconsideration.
  2. The IRS determined that the return, claim or request was incomplete and could not be processed.

Your options to address IRS Letter 916C

  1. Provide the information requested

Notice deadline: 30 days

If you miss the deadline: Your return, claim or request will not be processed and your tax account may be incomplete or incorrect.

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