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I don't believe that a CP2000 is considered an audit.

The CP 2000 process is an audit, with all the applicable appeal procedures. Perhaps you're thinking of those things that can, under the law, be processed as math errors without any audit formalities. Although no longer applicable, advance payment of the EIC was one such. There are others.

Phil
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