You open your mail box and pulled out an envelope from the IRS. After that first feeling of dread passes, you open it and see that it's a CP2000 notice. What does that mean?
If you've gotten a CP2000 notice, it's because the information you sent on your tax return doesn't match the information the IRS has. Either you (or your tax preparer) has made a mistake, or the IRS has. Believe it or not, the IRS is sometimes in error, and you may not owe any additional taxes or have to face any penalties.
To find out for sure, make an appointment with Denson Pepper CPA in Acworth, Georgia. Your CP2000 has a strict deadline, so you can't waste any time.
The worst thing you can do after getting a CP2000 is wait. If you don't respond by the deadline, you could end up owing even more money in late fees. Avoid this by bringing your tax problems to Denson Pepper CPA. You can trust us to review your tax return and verify the information.
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