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IRS Letter: Understand Your Notice

Understand IRS LetterAn IRS Letter is sent when the IRS needs to correspond with taxpayers about their taxes. The IRS has over 100 notices it sends to taxpayers every year. When you receive an IRS Letter, it will have a number on the top of the first page. This number explains what the IRS letter is and what it means to the intended taxpayer. This page will give the details of the most popular notices a taxpayer can receive from the IRS.

IRS Letter 3217C: Installment Agreement Accepted

This IRS Letter explains the terms of your Installment Agreement such as the payment amount, payment due date, where your payments should be mailed, and the fee to initiate the payment arrangement. You should receive this IRS letter 4 to 6 weeks before the first payment is due. If you fail to make a payment on the due date, the IRS will commence collection actions.

IRS Letter 68D (LP 68): Release of Tax Levy

This IRS Letter notifies you that the tax levy against you has been released because you have either reached a payment agreement with the IRS or have satisfied your tax debt in full. The release is effective immediately. The IRS no longer has a claim on any money, property or other assets belonging to you.

IRS Letter 2357C: Abatement of Penalties and Interest

This IRS Letter informs you that the IRS failed to send you balance due notices, resulting in added penalties and interest. The IRS has abated the penalties and interest and requests you to pay the adjusted tax debt amount by the stated due date. This IRS letter is not a payment arrangement and any taxpayer not able to pay the debt in full will need to request a payment plan to satisfy the tax debt.

Letter 1058 (LT 11): Final Notice Prior to Levy

This IRS Letter lets you know the IRS will put levies on your bank accounts, wages, and/or other assets in order to pay off your tax debt. The IRS letter also states a federal tax lien can be placed against you. The collection action will be taken against you 30 days after receiving this IRS letter. You may make payment arrangements with the IRS before that time to avoid any collection action.

When you receive an IRS Letter, you may be nervous to open it, but whatever you do, do not ignore the IRS letter. You could find yourself burdened by collection actions and an even larger tax debt, due to penalties and interest.

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