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I and my husband files joint income tax. We started to be

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I and my husband files joint income tax. We started to be audited by IRS since last year and had 2 hearings. Unfortunately my husband who was involved with this is vey ill and has undergone 2 surgeries to his spine and wears a custom made brace over his torso. His surgeon provided a letter that he will need 6 months of rehabilitation. My husband is now in a Rehabilitation nursing facility. We received a report from IRS with the the taxes calculated by them without any documents and gave us 30 days to provide documents. I believe that this action is intended for healthy people, but not sick. How we can have to set aside this report until my husband is rehabilitated and schedule to continue audit hearing.
Please advise.
Sylvia Flig
Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  MIAMILAW1127 replied 7 months ago.

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You can send a request to the IRS with the documentation from the doctor showing the ongoing issues with your husband and requesting an extension to respond to their calculation until that time.

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