The Ins and Outs of the IRS’s Bank Deposit Analysis

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The IRS almost always checks for unreported income when it audits an income tax return. The IRS does this by analyzing the deposits made in the taxpayer’s bank accounts. But what if a deposit was not taxable, as in the case of an amount received for a third party and paid out to a third […]

Can the IRS Contact Third Parties Without My Permission?

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The IRS gathers quite a bit of information about taxpayers. This includes those who have unpaid tax debts and those who the IRS suspects may owe additional taxes. The IRS has the ability to contact third parties in gathering this information. There are rules that must be followed in doing so. When do the Rules […]

Get a Notice CP2000 from the IRS? Here is What You Need to Know

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No one wants to get a letter from the IRS. Even seeing the envelope is scary enough. The IRS’s Notice CP2000 is even scarier. The IRS issues the Notice CP2000 to alert you to changes it is making to you tax accounts. It almost always means that the IRS is increasing the amount of tax […]