KENNEWICK, Wash;-- The new notices have easy to understand language and clear bullet points directing taxpayers how to handle any questions they might have.
The older forms were very confusing, and many people were having so much trouble understanding the legal jargon inside them, they didn't even know how to respond to the IRS. Nine new notices have been released, and the IRS hopes the revised forms will help improve communication between them and the taxpayers. David Tucker of the IRS says these nine notices are only the beginning.
"This will continue to expand to other notices as we want to continue to improve and streamline how we communicate with our taxpayers. We're always looking for ways to increase operational efficiency and so this is one of the ways we want to do that. We want to be more effective in our communication."
The IRS hopes that these notices will help eliminate any confusion and improve your ability to get any problems solved quickly and effectively.