3219

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    Notice of Deficiency

    This notice informs you that there is an increase in your tax due.  This is generated after you appeal or if you do not respond to your 30-day letter.  After receiving a notice of deficiency you have 90 days to petition the tax court (or 150 days if you live outside the United States).  The appeals process typically has expired once this letter is issued, and while the IRS mentions the Taxpayer Advocate assistance program it also states that they essentially cannot reverse the IRS’s determination.  Professional tax help is required at this level unless you agree to the changes.

    Use the thread below to discuss IRS 3219. Connect with others that have received a 3219 Letter and keep us updated on what you find out!

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