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Eddie

I received a notice in the mail in mid February regarding my 2004 taxes
saying that I had underpaid. It was Notice CP2000.

After recalculating, I did indeed underpay, however it wasn't for the
amount they say. They had a proposed balance due of $3,400 whereas I
came up with $2,400. I checked the appropriate box on the form they
wanted sent back to them that stated that I didn't agree with their
proposed balance due. However I did send a check for the $2,400 a month
ago, which they cashed about three weeks ago. I haven't heard anything
back from them though.

Should I expect to hear from the IRS one way or the other or does it
mean if they cashed the check that the matter is now closed? What
usually happens in a situation like this?

Thank you for any input.

Regards.
 
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Phil Marti

Eddie said:
I received a notice in the mail in mid February regarding my 2004 taxes
saying that I had underpaid. It was Notice CP2000.

After recalculating, I did indeed underpay, however it wasn't for the
amount they say. They had a proposed balance due of $3,400 whereas I came
up with $2,400. I checked the appropriate box on the form they wanted sent
back to them that stated that I didn't agree with their proposed balance
due. However I did send a check for the $2,400 a month ago, which they
cashed about three weeks ago. I haven't heard anything back from them
though.

Should I expect to hear from the IRS one way or the other
Yes.
 

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