The National Association of Enrolled Agents is calling on the Internal Revenue Service to look into problems with the timing of its correspondence audits of taxpayers.
In a letter from NAEA president Diana Thompson to IRS Acting Commissioner Linda Stiff, Thompson pointed out that taxpayers are often not given enough time to respond to the initial letter from the IRS requesting information before they are hit with follow-up letters that quickly escalate in seriousness.
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