Response to IRS Letter CP-2000

Item# CP-2000

Document Description

This response is a detailed written protest to the IRS Letter CP-2000, It is submitted pursuant to instructions in Internal Revenue Service Publication 5, “Your Appeal Rights and How to Prepare a Protest If You Don't Agree.” ... I do NOT consent to any proposed Assessment or Collection. I want to appeal the proposed changes to the appeals office and I hereby request a conference for the years you have proposed an adjustment to. Since this appeal confines its subject matter to challenging the proposed assessment within the scope of the Internal Revenue Laws, as described in Publication 5, an appeals conference is an authorized and available appeal right to me. Pursuant to that publication, this letter is to serve as the statement of facts and statement of law relied on by the appellant.

The claims made within this CP-2000 form letter are unsupported by fact, circumstance and statute, and therfore fail the statutory requirements of the provisions of Sections 6211 and 6212 controlling “deficiencies”. Therefore, this action must be abated pursuant to ...


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