Notices from the Internal Revenue Service

The IRS communicates with taxpayers through the mail. They do not use email. The notices will vary from minor information correspondences to a notification that the IRS wants to seize your assets or your tax return has been selected for an exam. The notices should not be ignored. Be sure to read them and determine what the IRS wants and be sure to respond by the date that is given in the notice. If there is no response to the notice, the IRS could move the account into the collection process which exposes the account to collection activities which includes levies, tax liens, wage garnishments, and asset seizures.