An IRS CP2000 letter is a notice that the IRS sends to taxpayers when there is a discrepancy between the information reported to them by third parties (such as employers or banks) and the information that the taxpayer reported on their tax return. This discrepancy can result in additional tax, penalties, and interest being assessed.
Receiving an IRS CP2000 letter can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, especially if you are not sure how to respond or if you disagree with the information contained in the letter. The most important thing to do when you receive an IRS CP2000 letter is to act quickly and seek professional assistance.
This is where McCauley Law Office can help. Our team of tax professionals has the experience and knowledge to help you understand the information contained in the letter and to help you respond in a timely and appropriate manner. We can also assist you in disputing the information contained in the letter if we believe it is incorrect. Additionally, we can negotiate with the IRS on your behalf to resolve any discrepancies and minimize any additional penalties or interest.
Don’t let an IRS CP2000 letter become a bigger headache for you. Contact McCauley Law Office today for a free consultation and let us help you navigate the process and resolve any discrepancies. With our help, you can rest assured that your tax matters are in good hands.