Getting an IRS Form CP2000 can be quite a rude awakening. The CP2000 form usually indicates that a taxpayer has taken inappropriate deductions or more commonly, has not reported all of the income that has been reported to the IRS. In this video, Florida Tax Attorney, Darrin T. Mish explains what a CP2000 is and more importantly, what to do if you have received one in the mail. Failure to respond appropriately can have catostrophic results including the issuance of a Notice of Deficiency and a trip to U.S. Tax Court. But…if you know what to do and how to respond a CP2000 is not necessarily indicative of a huge IRS problem. Click here to read or watch more IRS Help resources.