WHAT IF I GET A LETTER FROM THE IRS DURING SHUTTER IN PLACE
The following was posted today by the AICPA Journal of Accountancy.
Question Due to office shutdowns in major cities, taxpayers and tax preparers may not timely receive or respond to IRS communications/notices that are sent by mail. Will
the IRS provide any relief for late responses due to COVID-19?
Answer: Unfortunately, the IRS has not expressly announced any relief for affected taxpayers in regards to correspondence. AICPA will continue to urge Treasury and IRS to provide generous and automatic relief for issues related to administrative actions such as expiring statues of limitations, the processing of correspondence and other actions not already covered by previous relief related to COVID-19.
IF you receive such a letter the staff at Tax Management & Financial Horizons is working and can assist you in a timely manner. Call 262 923-8100 Extension 1 for Mike Sargent or Ext 3 for Kim Wenzel.