CP16

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    The IRS has made a change to your return based on a miscalculation or erroneous entry on your return. Often, this is because of information you gave them or they received from third parties, such as your Bank, your Employer, or a Lender. It may be that a social security number was incorrect on the return. It may also mean you receive more money than you thought. The notice is similar in effect to the CP11.

    If the Notice states you will be receiving a greater refund, then no further response should be necessary. But, if the Notice indicates that you owe taxes or your refund was reduced, look carefully at the (obscure) reason given for the adjustment. Then, look at the line of your return being adjusted to see if any problem is apparent.

    Use the thread below to discuss IRS CP16’s. Connect with others that have received a CP16 and keep us updated on what you find out!

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