IRS Notice CP2057 – You May Need to File an Amended Form 1040
The IRS is questioning the accuracy of income reported on your return.
Type of notice: Return accuracy
Likely next step: Address a CP2000 underreporter inquiry
Why you received IRS Notice CP2057
- There is a difference in the income reported on your tax return and the income reported to the IRS by employers, banks and other payers.
- The IRS wants you to review your records to make sure you have not underreported your income on your tax return.
Notice deadline: Not specified
If you miss the deadline: Any errors may remain in your IRS account, and you may continue to have similar reporting problems next year.
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