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If you have received an IRS notice or letter that they’re going to terminate your installment of treatment you better take corrective action immediately.

 

As a former IRS agent and teaching instructor with the Internal Revenue Service the IRS computer system generates a notice or letter when an installment payment is not made timely.

The IRS computer system flags the Social Security number and activates an IRS notice or letter in this case the CP 523 or the CP 523H letter letting the taxpayer know that they plan to teminate the IRS  the installment repayment arrangement that they currently have in place.

 

What does this mean if the Internal Revenue Service terminates your installment agreement?

 

When the IRS terminates your installment agreement, you set the wheels in motion all over again of the Internal Revenue Service reprocessing your case, taking a new financial statement, and making a new disposition of your case based on new financial facts.

A little bit of trust leaves the Internal Revenue Service because you have failed to keep a legal and binding contract with the United States government.

The facts will be based on a new set of income and expense statements. This pretty much means your case starts all over again and IRS will be a little tougher than they were the first go around.

If you do not respond to the letter, IRS may follow-up with a notice of bank levy or wage garnishment or the filing of a federal tax lien

You do not want disregard this notice of termination because IRS will follow this up with full enforcement action if you do not contact them.

 

IMPORTANT + We recommend you contact the Internal Revenue Service immediately.

If your financial condition has changed and you wish to make a change the payment or installment arrangement, file an offer in compromise or may ask for IRS to put you in a hardship, call today for free initial tax consultation.

Remember, the most important thing that you can do is contact the IRS to stop the enforcement action that is the next step.

Planning for the call and the confrontation is equally important because IRS will make this new determination which is going to alter your current financial condition.

We are available for free initial tax consultations in which you will hear the truth about your case and maybe find a different solution to resolving your IRS tax debt.

 

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