Did you receive the letter and notice from IRS? It’s very important you must read the notice carefully. You must understand why IRS is contacting you. Some IRS notices are sent via certified mail, others are mailed via regular post. Do not ignore any of them. The IRS will not send these notices by email or contact you by phone.

Response is required

The notice will state this and you'll have ample time to deal with the matter. Generally, most notices can be resolved easily.

Take the Action

It's important to respond within the time frame stated on the notice.

Get a Professional Help

If you don’t understand or you any confusion It’s Important you take professional help.

Retain copies

Keep copies of all letters and notices that you receive from the IRS as well as documents you send to the agency, in case you need to refer to the information in the future.

Scams to look out for

IRS letters and notices are sent to you by mail through the USPS. Do not respond to requests for personal or financial information you may receive via email or social media.

Don't give out any information to anyone who calls you demanding immediate payment for your tax bill. These callers pretend to work for the IRS and often use fake IRS identification numbers to make you think they are legitimate, when, in reality, they're scammers.