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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 944 Pr Statutory

Instructions and Help about How Form 944 Pr Statutory

Hi, I'm Shannon, and I work for the Internal Revenue Service. If you receive a letter CP 3219, which is a statutory notice of deficiency, and you are wondering what to do, this information may help. The letter explains why there is a proposed increase in your tax and what to do if you don't agree. Before receiving this letter, you would have received an earlier letter, usually a CP mm, that explains that our records don't match the information you reported on your tax return. If we didn't hear from you or couldn't resolve the issue with the information you provided, we sent you another letter. This letter explains the changes and your right to challenge the increase in tax court. Review the changes and compare them with your tax return. If you agree, sign and enclose Form 55-64, and mail or fax it to the address or fax number listed on the letter. If you are making a payment, include it with the Form 55-64. By paying the amount due now, you will reduce the amount of interest and penalties. However, if you don't agree, respond to the IRS immediately. Send us a signed statement with any documents or explanation you want us to consider. Please send photocopies, not original documents. Please note that sending us additional information won't extend the deadline to file a petition with the Tax Court. Mail or fax your response to the address or fax number listed on the letter. Include your name, social security number, and tax year on each page. If your explanation is accepted, we will send you a letter confirming that the issue is resolved. However, if you are going to challenge it, you must file a petition with the US Tax Court, not the IRS. In this case,...