IRS Notice CP2005 – Your Form 1040 Inquiry is Closed

The IRS Automated Underreporter Unit (AUR) issues CP2005 to inform you that AUR is closing your case with no changes made.

Type of Notice: Return accuracy

Likely next step: Handle an IRS CP2000 underreporter inquiry

Why you received IRS Notice CP2005

  1. The IRS Automated Underreporter Unit (AUR) informed you that the IRS was reviewing your tax return because of possible discrepancies between income, credits or deductions reported on your return and information the IRS received from others such employers and banks.
  2. After researching your client’s situation, AUR determined that no changes needed to be made to your original tax return.
  3. The AUR sent CP2005 to inform you that your case has been closed and there are no changes to the original return filed with the IRS.

Notice deadline: N/A

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