It is traumatic enough receiving a letter from the Internal Revenue Service, but then comes the time to reply and provide the IRS with all of the data it requests in order to positively resolve, with finality, any suspected tax obligation. How do taxpayers prepare themselves for the collection of this information? What minimal information must be provided in a typical situation? What does the IRS specifically require as to any forms or documentation? With their experience helping taxpayers utilize a vast number of IRS forms, the tax professionals at the Thorgood Law Firm can guide any taxpayer through this often stressful process.