I received my Form 4549 and want to know where do i sign? I accept the changes.
If You AGREE: If you agree with the proposed changes, sign and date the “Consent Page” which is the second page of the “Income Tax Examination Changes” section.
Mail the signed “Consent Page” and a copy of the “Explanation of Notice Response Requirements” letter to the IRS along with your payment, if additional tax is due, within 30 days of the notice date.
Include your phone number (with the area code) and the best time of day to call.
Before mailing your response to the IRS, make a copy of the entire correspondence for your records.In addition, be sure to mail your response in such a way you can track your package to ensure it is received by the IRS timely.Such ways can include: USPS Certified Mail, UPS, FedEx.
Note. If you are unable to pay the full balance due, you should make a partial payment or you may request a payment arrangement to pay the amount you owe the IRS.
If you wish to pay in installments, fill out the “How to Pay Your Taxes” page and include it with your response. The IRS will contact you later with payment information. If an installment agreement is approved, you will be charged a one-time fee.
This must be done within 30 days of the notice date. If not, you will lose your right to appeal the IRS’s decision. Be sure to attach documentation supporting your claim. Include your phone number (with the area code) and the best time of day to call. Be sure to write your last name, SSN, and the tax year on each page you’re attaching to the response.
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