IRS Notice CP87D – You Need to Make Sure You Are Not Someone’s Dependent
Another taxpayer has filed a tax return listing your Social Security Number (SSN) as one of their dependents.
Type of notice: Return accuracy
Most common tax problem area: Return and account problems
Other tax problem areas: Tax Identity Theft
Why you received IRS Notice CP87D
- You claimed a dependent on your tax return.
- The dependent you claimed filed a joint return with his or her spouse.
- You may not be eligible to claim this individual, so the IRS wants you to verify that the dependent meets the rules to qualify as your dependent.
Your options to address IRS Notice CP87D
- Correct a return.
- Clear up an account error.
Notice deadline: N/A
If you miss the deadline: N/A
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