- Some decide to request an official audit reconsideration, wherein the IRS reevaluates a previous audit result, including a reversed tax credit or additional tax that has yet to be paid.
- Taxpayers usually make such requests when they disagree with the outcome of the audit.
- Taxpayers who do make such requests then need to provide information about the issue at hand that was not included or considered during the initial audit.
- They may also invoke this process if the IRS made an error in the audit or when a substitute for return (SFR) is contested.
Your Guide to IRS Audit Reconsideration Requests
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