If You Receive a Letter from the IRS after Filing Tax


What should you do if you receive a letter from the IRS after you have submitted your tax return? Nobody likes to receive a letter from the IRS unless it includes a refund check. So here’s how to respond to an IRS letter in your mailbox.

The most logical thing to do would be to see what the letter is about. Most times, the IRS would mail you a letter saying they found some discrepancy between your tax return and that of some other related party like your bank or brokerage frm. This could have happened because you omitted submitting a 1099 to report some interest you received from the bank or some other such reason.

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