Different expert here. I'm Anne and I've been preparing taxes for 27 years.
Even though you paid the tax, ignoring a letter from the IRS is NEVER a good idea.
The CP14 letter should list the $ amounts of the tax you reported, the payments that you sent the IRS, and the $ amount still due (per them
You should find a place in the letter that is called the "response section"
This portion generally lists 3 options:
You agree with the notice (and will send the payment or make payment arrangements)
You partially agree with the notice
You disagree with the notice
Since you are going to disagree with the notice, you will need to contact the IRS at the phone # ***** the top of the letter so they can tell you what they want as proof of the payment
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