Taxpayers can now respond to 9 IRS notices online
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced that taxpayers can now respond to certain IRS notices online. This new service, called e-Response, allows taxpayers to quickly and easily respond to nine types of IRS notices, including notices of balance due, notices of proposed adjustment, and notices of installment agreement requests.
The e-Response service is free to use and is available to both individuals and businesses. It is also secure, as taxpayers are required to authenticate their identity before responding to any IRS notices. Taxpayers can also view their responses online and track the status of their responses.
The IRS hopes that this new service will help taxpayers save time and money. By allowing taxpayers to respond to IRS notices online, the IRS is able to process responses more quickly and efficiently. This can help taxpayers avoid late fees and penalties, as well as reduce the amount of time they have to wait for a response from the IRS.
In addition, the e-Response service is also designed to help taxpayers better understand the notices they receive from the IRS. The service provides taxpayers with helpful information about each notice, such as the type of notice, the associated tax period, and the amount of money due. Taxpayers can also use the service to ask questions about the notice and receive answers from IRS representatives.
Overall, the e-Response service is a great way for taxpayers to quickly and easily respond to IRS notices. It is free, secure, and provides taxpayers with helpful information about each notice. The IRS hopes that this new service will help taxpayers save time and money, as well as reduce the amount of time they have to wait for a response from the IRS.