IRS Letter 225C

Letter 225C: Denial of an Amended Return Claim

What It Is:

Letter 225C is issued by the IRS when an amended return claim has been reviewed and denied. This letter explains the reasons for the denial and provides information on how you can challenge the decision if you disagree with it.

How Unbehagen Advisors Handles It:

Receiving a denial for an amended return can be frustrating. Unbehagen Advisors will review the IRS’s reasons for denial and compare them against your amended filing to understand the discrepancies. We will examine all related documentation to ensure that your claim was submitted correctly and fully supported by relevant data.

Our Strategy:

If Unbehagen Advisors identifies any grounds for contesting the IRS’s decision, we will prepare a comprehensive response. This may include gathering additional supporting documentation, correcting any errors, and re-submitting the claim if necessary. Our approach is to advocate vigorously on your behalf to secure the best possible outcome.


Unbehagen Advisors maintains transparent communication with you throughout the process. We ensure you are fully aware of the steps we are taking and keep you informed of all significant developments. Managing communications with the IRS is our responsibility, reducing your stress and involvement.

Error Verification:

At times, the IRS may deny claims based on misunderstandings or incomplete information. Unbehagen Advisors is skilled at identifying such issues and will rigorously review and address any potential errors in the IRS’s assessment of your amended return.

Peace of Mind:

With Unbehagen Advisors, you can trust that we are committed to resolving your tax matters efficiently and effectively. Our goal is to minimize your concerns by handling the complexities of tax disputes, allowing you to focus on what’s important — your life and business.

If you need assistance with an IRS Letter 225C or any other tax issues, contact Unbehagen Advisors today.

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