IRS Notice CP22E – Changes to Form 1040, Amount Due
You have a balance due for the tax year indicated as the result of a recent audit.
Type of notice: Return accuracy
Likely next step: Address an IRS audit
Also see: IRS bill for unpaid taxes
Why you received IRS Notice CP22E
- The IRS audited your tax return.
- The changes to your tax return resulted in a balance due.
- The CP22E explains the changes and the balance due. The notice includes a report detailing all the changes from the audit.
Notice deadline: 21 days
If you miss the deadline: Additional interest will accumulate and failure to pay penalties will be assessed.
Want more help?
Your tax professional can deal with the IRS for you. Learn more about H&R Block’s Tax Audit & Notice Services. Or make an appointment for a free consultation with a local tax professional by calling 855-536-6504 or finding a local tax pro.
Get help from an IRS expert
H&R Block’s experts can solve any IRS problem, no matter how complex.
Learn what the IRS is looking for during an audit, the steps you should take to prepare for an IRS audit, and when it's best to get expert help.
Nobody wants a letter from the IRS -- but you shouldn't ignore one. Here's what happens if you ignore an IRS audit, and how you should respond to the IRS.
The IRS grants four types of penalty relief, but many taxpayers don't ever ask. Learn how to request penalty abatement from the IRS.
The Statutory Notice of Deficiency is part of a series of notices sent by the IRS to propose additional tax, penalties and interest. Learn more from the tax experts at H&R Block.