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Year round, H&R Block offers solutions to taxpayers who need help with an IRS letter. Our experts work with the IRS to resolve a broad range of tax problems such as audits, penalties, collections and other tax issues.
From simple notices to complex audits, we can address all federal and state tax issues.
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No matter how big your tax problem seems, the experts at H&R Block have dealt with it before. Learn more about some of the common tax issues we handle and how we can help you resolve them.
Your tax return doesn't match the income information the IRS has.
You didn't file with the IRS and need to complete a return.
The IRS has selected your tax return for audit and you need expert representation.
Sometimes, it’s hard to tell what the root problem is. Start here.
The IRS has asked for more information to process your return or made changes to your return.
Learn how to navigate the IRS to get the information you need or authorize an expert to work with the IRS for you.
The IRS has issued you a penalty because of late filing, late payment or another issue.
Your taxes are filed but you can't pay now or you still owe from a past return.
Someone has used your name and Taxpayer ID on tax documents.
What happens if the IRS disagrees with your Form 1040X.
Learn more about Tax Audit & Notice Services for businesses.