Key Points of IRS Letter 2675C
When you get IRS Letter 2675C, it's essentially confirming any recent changes you've made to your POA. It acknowledges whether you've terminated or modified your POA when this change was requested, the tax periods covered, and when this change will take effect.
How to Respond to IRS Letter 2675C
If you receive this letter, review the details and ensure everything matches what you or your (former) representative requested. If everything looks good and aligns with your request, there's nothing more you need to do. If something's off, or you never asked for a POA change, contact the IRS at the toll-free number indicated on the letter.
Possible Consequences of Not Responding
If the letter indicates a POA termination or changes you did not request, failing to address will impact who has access to your tax information and who can represent you before the IRS.
When to Seek Professional Help
If you did not initiate the POA changes, are unsure how to proceed with reinstating or modifying your POA, or need assistance managing your tax matters and representation. We can help! Our team of experts can offer invaluable advice and represent and resolve your situation with the IRS on your behalf.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What if I didn’t ask for a POA change?
How do I set up a new POA?
Can I have more than one POA?
Understanding the implications of IRS Letter 2675C is essential for maintaining proper representation in your tax matters. Ensure any changes to your POA are accurate and reflect your current needs.