After SUCCESSFUL Collections or Audits – What Next?

Table of Contents

  1. The end of the audit
  2. Closing letters – how to read them, and ensuring you get
    them, and the importance of ensuring you get them
  3. Adjustment of tax attributes
  4. Amending prior IRS and State returns affected by the
  5. Preparing current year returns based on audit results
  6. Getting liens release
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After SUCCESSFUL Collections or Audits – What Next? – Resources

IRS Examination Correspondence

Special 5-year NOL Carryback for 2008,,id=205329,00.html

The Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance Act of 2009 (WHBAA) expanded the carryback for 2008 and 2009.,,id=215657,00.html

IRS Publication 536 – Net Operating Losses

Internal Revenue Manual – Closing Letters

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Circular 230 Consideration - Powerpoint Course

Links to PDFs

Form 1040 X – Amended Returns

Form 1045 – Application for Tentative Refund

Form 982 – Reduction of Attributes Due to Discharge of Indebtedness

Lien Discharge Form

Lien Subordination Form

Lien Withdrawal Form

NFTL Guidelines

Taxpayers Advocate’s annual report to Congress


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