Responding Correctly to ‘B’ Notices

May 23, 2019

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Companies that receive “B” Notice lists from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) must respond in a timely and appropriate manner to avoid costly penalties. The IRS sends B Notices—technically referred to as CP2100 or CP2100A notices—in the spring and/or fall to payers (companies/organizations) that filed certain 1099 forms containing errors. “The IRS sends filers a list of 1099 errors that prevented the matching of payee data against IRS records,” explains Marianne Couch, Esq., cofounder of…

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