We carefully review the deactivation notice you received from the IRS to understand the specific reasons for their action.
We address the issues mentioned in the deactivation notice promptly. This may involve rectifying compliance violations, resolving security concerns, or implementing changes to prevent fraudulent activity.
We reach out to the IRS on your behalf to discuss the steps we plan to take to address the issues.
Once we have taken the corrective actions, we provide the IRS with evidence of your efforts and any improvements made to enhance your EFIN security and compliance.
We stay in communication with the IRS throughout the reactivation process and be prepared to provide any additional information or documentation they may require.
Deactivation of your EFIN is a serious matter that requires immediate attention and action. The Waton Firm can work towards reactivation and ensure the continuity of your electronic tax filing services. Remember that diligence and compliance are key to maintaining the security and integrity of your EFIN.