How to Respond to IRS Letter 226J

Are you a business owner that the IRS considers an applicable large employer? If so, you’re required to provide your full-time employees with an opportunity to enroll in a health insurance plan with at least the minimum essential coverage. If you don’t meet the IRS’s requirements, however, you may receive IRS Letter 226J and be on the […]

When you owe money to the IRS, you will begin to receive letters. While you should always read them and respond right away, IRS Letter 3174 is especially important. It is the last notice you will receive before your property is levied or seized. Read on to learn more about this letter, how to respond, […]

IRS Letter CP3219A is sent when the IRS receives information about you that is different from what you reported on a tax return. The notice will inform you whether the proposed changes cause an increase or decrease in your tax liability. Be sure to open and read through this letter immediately upon receipt as your […]

If you receive IRS Letter LT11, it means you are experiencing some trouble with Uncle Sam. Don’t panic. As long as you respond in a satisfactory manner, you can resolve the problem without having your property seized. What are your options for responding? Here are four you should know. How to respond to IRS Letter […]

You can only owe money to the IRS for so long before they take action. IRS Letter 1058 is the final step in the process of levying your wages and/or seizing your property. So what should you do if you receive this letter? Remain calm. Here’s what you need to know. What is IRS Letter […]

You received the notice that you are being audited. While not a fun situation, you responded and sent in the required documentation. Now you received IRS Letter 3500-interim. What does it mean and what should you do? Here are the basics. What is the purpose of IRS Interim Letter 3500? IRS Letter 3500, Interim Letter, […]