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IRS Notices & Assessments in New Zealand

Receiving an IRS notice, assessment, or audit can be a nerve-wracking incident. Fortunately, US Global Tax is here to help. As the foremost experts on the IRS in NZ, we can help you address any issues detailed in your IRS notice. Contact us today for the help you need or continue reading below to learn more.

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What are IRS notices?

The IRS may issue a notice or letter for any number of reasons. They could detail a specific issue with your federal tax return or notify you of changes to your tax account. Sometimes they will simply request information to resolve an issue. However, occasionally they will require a payment to the IRS.

Ensuring that these notices are handled properly can be difficult without expert tax knowledge. Handling this process alone can be not only incredibly difficult but also risky. Serious fines could be applied if the IRS notice is unresolved for too long. Without an effective payment plan, you could struggle to pay the full amount owed, resulting in additional interest and penalties. This could occur due to a misunderstanding between the taxpayer and the Internal Revenue Service.

Experts on the IRS in New Zealand

Here at US Global Tax, we are Federally Authorised Tax Practitioners (IRS Enrolled Agents). This means we can represent taxpayers at all levels before the IRS from New Zealand (in non-criminal proceedings). Additionally, we can also maintain confidentiality privilege.

If you are a United States citizen living in New Zealand who has received an IRS notice and are unsure how to handle it, contact US Global Tax today.

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