IRS Letter CP215

CP215: Notice of Penalty Charge

What It Is:

The CP215 notice is issued by the IRS when a penalty has been assessed against your business for non-compliance with tax laws. This might include penalties for failing to file a return, failing to pay taxes on time, or other related infractions. The notice details the type of penalty, the amount due, and instructions for how to respond if you disagree with the assessment.

How Unbehagen Advisors Handles It:

Receiving a CP215 can be worrying, but Unbehagen Advisors is equipped to handle it efficiently. We will review the penalty assessment in detail, verify its accuracy, and explore all possible avenues for abatement or reduction of the penalty based on reasonable cause or other administrative waivers.

Our Strategy:

Our team will work with you to gather any necessary documentation that supports your case for penalty relief. We’ll also review your compliance history to strengthen our argument. If applicable, Unbehagen Advisors will file a penalty abatement request on your behalf, arguing the case with the IRS through written correspondence or by advocating directly with agency representatives.


Unbehagen Advisors manages all communications with the IRS for you, ensuring that all responses are timely and well-documented. We keep you informed of our progress every step of the way, making sure you understand your rights and options.

Error Verification:

We understand that sometimes penalties are mistakenly applied. Unbehagen Advisors will meticulously review your case to identify any potential errors made by the IRS or misunderstandings that could have led to the penalty. We are committed to ensuring that your liability is fair and accurately assessed.

Peace of Mind:

Dealing with IRS penalties can be an added stress to any business owner. Unbehagen Advisors aims to relieve this burden by handling the situation with expertise and care. Trust us to manage these issues, allowing you to focus on running your business.

If you’ve received a CP215 notice or are dealing with any IRS penalties, contact Unbehagen Advisors today for expert assistance and peace of mind.

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