IRS Collection and Audit Letters

Whether you live in Los Angeles, California, anywhere else in California or across the U.S., if you get a letter from the IRS you must respond appropriately and timely. Here’s a sampling of some of the letters commonly used:

Collection Letters

Letter 11 – Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing
Letter 1058 – Final Notice Reply Within 30 Days
Letter 1085 – 30-Day Letter Proposed 6020(b) Assessment
Letter 3172 – Notice of Federal Tax Lien Filing and Your Rights to a Hearing under IRC 6320
Examination Letters

Letter 525 – General 30 Day Letter
Letter 531 – Notice of Deficiency
Letter 692 – Request for Consideration of Additional Findings
Letter 1153 – Trust Funds Recovery Penalty Letter
Letter 1389 – 30 Day Letter, Tax Shelter Activity
Letter 3016 – IRC Section 6015 Preliminary Determination Letter (30 Day)

Letter 3391 – 30-Day Nonfiler Letter
Letter 3727 – 30-Day Letter Notifying Taxpayer No Change to Original Report Disallowing EIC Based on Failure to Meet Residency Test for Children Claimed
Letter 3728 – 30-Day Letter Notifying Taxpayer No Change to Original Report Partially Disallowing EIC Based on Failure to Meet Residency Test for 1 Child
Notices

CP 90 – Final Notice of Intent to Levy
CP 92 – Notice of Levy upon Your State Tax Refund
CP 242 – Notice of Levy upon Your State Tax Refund
CP 523 – IMF Installment Agreement Default Notice
CP 2000 – You receive this letter when the IRS receives income, deduction or credit information that does not match your return.