30-day letter

Definition of "30-day letter"
  1. A document sent out by the Internal Revenue Service to an audited taxpayer who challenges the outcome of the audit, outlining the taxpayer's right to contest the decision
How to use "30-day letter" in a sentence
  1. After the audit, the Internal Revenue Service sent a 30-day letter to the taxpayer, outlining their right to appeal.
  2. The taxpayer received a 30-day letter from the Internal Revenue Service, indicating that they could dispute the audit findings.
  3. In the 30-day letter, the taxpayer's right to appeal the audit decision made by the Internal Revenue Service was clearly spelled out.

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