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123 Notices You May Get From The IRS: Know What They Mean



National TaxPayer Advocate Discusses 123 IRS Notices

According to the National Taxpayer Advocate, there are 123 Notices the Internal Revenue Service sends to taxpayers.

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will send a notice or a letter for any number of reasons. It may be about a specific issue on your federal tax return or account, or may tell you about changes to your account, ask you for more information, or request a payment.

You can handle most of this correspondence without calling or visiting an IRS office if you follow the instructions in the document. If you still need help, start by searching for your notice below to get an overview of the notice, and visit our interactive taxpayer roadmap to see where in the tax system you are and what to expect next.

You can view all the Notices at the National Taxpayer Advocate. It is a great resource for everyone to view in understanding IRS Notices.

National Taxpayer Advocate

The Office of the Taxpayer Advocate, also called the Taxpayer Advocate Service, is an office that is independent of the Internal Revenue Service, the United States Government’s tax collection agency, although the two bodies often work closely together.

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