Letter 2626C is a general letter that usually explains some action the IRS will take against you in the future. In the example notice below, they are projecting the issuance of a Notice of Deficiency. So, by itself, the Letter 2626-C may not be important. But, pay close attention to the mail so you receive all subsequent notices from the IRS.
Respond to Letter 2626C
You may want to call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040 just to ask them the status of your account. Listen to any advice they have for you but do not necessarily follow it. Attorney advice is more valuable.
Letter 2626-C may be used to correspond with you to obtain additional information or to provide further explanation subsequent to a CP2000 or CP2501 notice. A response is usually expected. But, your response must be careful & precise.
If you move, give the IRS your new address by completing & mailing (by certified mail) Form 8822 so you continue to receive notices timely. If the IRS proposes additional taxes or you are confused by Letter 2626C, please follow the Prep Steps & contact Mr. Hopkins for an appointment!