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Understanding Your CP20 Notice
We believe you incorrectly claimed one or more deductions or credits. As a result, your refund is less than you expected.
What you need to do
- Review your notice and compare our changes to your tax return.
- Complete and return the Response form.
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- Read about the deduction or credit in Publication 17.
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Based on the information shown on your tax return, it appears you have not met the requirements for claiming one or more deductions or credits. As a result, your refund is less than you expected.
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Review the requirements for the deduction or credit we adjusted. Return the Response form indicating thereon your agreement or disagreement with the changes we made.
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