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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Who Form 944 Pr Mailing

Instructions and Help about Who Form 944 Pr Mailing

Okay, so we decided to do a series of videos. Yesterday, I shot some videos related to tax and also tech, specifically tax resolution and bankruptcy. I'm going to shoot some videos regarding estate planning and other practice areas as well. However, I ran into a spot yesterday and felt like I didn't do a great job on the IRS components. So, I thought I'd do an overview video to talk about it. Basically, if you have an IRS issue, there are a few ways to resolve it. For the most part, four out of five IRS issues come down to receiving a notification called the CP 2000. I won't spend a lot of time on this, but it is an administrative letter that informs you of a problem with your return, either positive or negative. If it's positive, there's nothing to worry about. However, if it's negative, it becomes an issue. In this video, I want to talk about the various parts of the CP 2000. Essentially, they inform you that there's a negative amount and that you owe it. From there, you have to determine if you're simply going to pay it now. You may be in dispute, meaning you don't agree with the number they give you, or you may agree. Either way, you're deciding that the best course of action is to pay. The cost of fighting it may be too high, your documentation might be poor, or the time value of money and the efforts to defend yourself may not be worth it. In that case, you might choose to just pay. The other option is to dispute it. If you decide to dispute it, you have to present your evidence. Keep in mind that the CP 2000 is generally triggered by third-party verification. They receive information from...