Understanding Your CP07 Notice
We received your tax return and are holding your refund until we complete a more thorough review of the benefits you claimed under a treaty and/or the deductions claimed on Schedule A.
What you need to do
- No further action is needed on your part at this time.
- Please don't file a duplicate return as this will slow down the review process.
You may want to
- If you've moved or are planning to move since the time of filing, please contact IRS and/or file Form 8822.
Answers to Common Questions
How long will it take for me to get my refund?
Depending upon the results of our review, if we find no issues, we’ll send you your refund within 6-12 weeks, as long as you don't owe other taxes or debts we're required to collect.
What happens if you find problems?
We will send you a notice with additional information and instructions within 6-12 weeks.
Why was my return selected for review?
Cases have been randomly selected that are claiming treaty benefits and/or claimed deductions on Schedule A.
How will I be contacted?
We will correspond to you through mail.
Understanding your notice
Your notice may look different from the sample because the information contained in your notice is tailored to your situation.
Notice CP07, Page 1
Notice CP07, Page 2