Asked by: Valerie Marshall
Why did I get a CP22A notice?
CP22A is an official letter that the IRS sends as a confirmation of changes to your tax return. In some cases, the IRS sends this notice when you have requested changes, and in other cases, this notice comes after the IRS has made updates to your return.
How do I dispute a CP22A?
Call Taxpayer Advocate Service at 877-777-4778 or for TTY/TDD 800-829-4059.
How often are CP2000 wrong?
IRS statistics show that one out of every three CP2000 notices (also called underreporter inquiries) doesn’t result in the taxpayer owing more taxes.
What does CP22A mean IRS?
According to the IRS, a CP22A notice is where the taxpayer provided information that resulted in changes to the tax return. As a result of the changes, the taxpayer owes additional taxes for the year.
Is CP22A an audit?
CP22A-Audits The IRS has made changes to your tax return for the specific year that you requested. You now have a balance due on your taxes because of this. This is similar to letter CP21A. It is informing you that the IRS has made proposed changes to your tax return, and you owe additional taxes as a result.
How do I pay my CP22A notice?
IRS Letter CP22A
- You can pay in full online at www/irs.gov/payment.
- You owe less than $10,000 and would like to set up an installment agreement. You can call the number on the top right hand corner of your IRS letter and the IRS will give you up to 72 months to pay back the taxes.
Can employee submit CP22A online?
Form CP22A / CP22B can be submitted either online via e-SPC or at the IRBM office which handles the employee’s income tax number.
How do I argue with the IRS?
If you disagree you must first notify the IRS supervisor, within 30 days, by completing Form 12009, Request for an Informal Conference and Appeals Review. If you are unable to resolve the issue with the supervisor, you may request that your case be forwarded to the Appeals Office.