This is a tax refund update covering an IRS letter 6470 or CP11, which adjusted your IRS tax refund. Have you finally received your tax refund only to discover your tax refund was less than expected? I know it’s frustrating, but I’ve got some answers for you.
During the IRS manual processing of millions of tax returns, they discovered frequent errors on the Recovery Rebate Credit calculation. If this applies to you, then keep on watching. Later on, I’ll guide you on what you can do next, that is if you received a letter from the IRS that adjusted your refund lower due to the reported stimulus payments, ie. Recovery Rebate Credit.
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