IRS Letter CP3219A

CP3219A: Statutory Notice of Deficiency

What It Is:

The CP3219A, often referred to as the “90-day letter,” is a formal notice from the IRS proposing changes to your tax return. This notice outlines the adjustments that the IRS believes should be made and provides you with a 90-day period to file a petition with the Tax Court if you disagree with these proposed changes. Failure to respond within this timeframe will result in the IRS making the changes final and assessing the additional tax, penalty, and interest as detailed in the notice.

How Unbehagen Advisors Handles It:

Receiving a CP3219A notice can be quite daunting, but Unbehagen Advisors is equipped to handle the situation effectively. We will thoroughly review the proposed changes, assess the justification behind them, and prepare a detailed response. If disputing the adjustments is the best course of action, we will guide you through the process of petitioning the Tax Court.

Our Strategy:

Unbehagen Advisors will compile and analyze all relevant documentation and evidence that supports your case. We will work with you to build a strong argument to present to the Tax Court, aiming to either reduce or eliminate the proposed tax liabilities. Our expertise in tax law and procedural rules will be instrumental in navigating this complex process.


Throughout this process, Unbehagen Advisors will keep you informed and prepared for all possible outcomes. We handle all communication with the IRS, ensuring that all filings are timely and accurately represent your interests. Our goal is to provide you with clarity and confidence during this challenging time.

Peace of Mind:

Facing the IRS in Tax Court can be intimidating. With Unbehagen Advisors by your side, you will have expert support every step of the way. We are committed to defending your rights and achieving the best possible resolution, giving you peace of mind and the freedom to focus on what matters most to you.

If you have received a CP3219A notice or need assistance with any tax dispute, contact Unbehagen Advisors today for expert advice and representation.

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