How Do I Write a Letter of Abatement to the IRS?

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When asking for a penalty abatement, the taxpayer should write a request letter to the IRS. It begins with a request for abatement. The writer then gives the reason for paying or filing late and encloses proof. For example, if the debtor filed late due to suffering injuries in a car accident, that person should submit an accident report and medical papers as evidence. The debtor concludes the letter with a second request for abatement.
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