IRS Letter 6419 Explained (Child Tax Credit)
Are you curious about the new IRS Child Tax Credit Letter 6419 is and what you’ll need to do with it when you receive it in the mail? Guest bloggers…
January 24th, 2022
What can your client do if they didn’t receive IRS Letter 6419 in the mail regarding their advanced child tax credit payment information? Guest bloggers Larry Gray and Debbie Cook (CPAs from AGC Solutions) demonstrate how to retrieve the information by creating an online ID.me taxpayer account.
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