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What to do if your nonprofit receives an IRS audit letter

Posted Aug 09, 2019

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The IRS’s staffing shortages have been well publicized. But it’s a mistake to assume that the agency has stopped scrutinizing not-for-profits. Don’t panic if you receive an audit letter. The letter will inform about whether the IRS is conducting an in-person, field audit or a correspondence audit. This second type simply requires you to send requested records to the IRS. However, a correspondence audit can turn into a field audit if you don’t respond promptly. In many cases, the IRS simply wants to learn whether your organization has filed required returns and forms. If you receive a letter, contact us immediately.

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