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CP90/CP297/CP297A IRS Notice

NOTICES OF IRS INTENT TO LEVY, AND YOUR RIGHTS TO A HEARING

Why did I receive a CP90/CP297/CP297A IRS Notice?
The IRS sent you the notice to inform you that they are going to issue a levy against you for back taxes with your owe. The IRS can levy your wages, assets, bank accounts, commissions, real estate, or other assets to help satisfy a tax debt. The notice is also informing you that the IRS can file a federal tax lien against your credit and assets.
What should I do?
You should right away pay the amount that is due to the IRS. If you cannot pay the full amount, you should contact the IRS to discuss your payment options. When you make your payment make sure to include a copy of your notice, and mail it to the IRS with the envelope they provide for you.
How much time do I have to respond before the IRS levies me?
The IRS will give you 30 days from the notice of levy to contact them before they will levy you. You should contact them as soon as you receive the notice, or pay the amount that is due.
Who should I contact?
If you have questions about your CP90/CP297/CP297A IRS Notice that you received, you can call the IRS using the toll free number on your notice.
What do I do if I have already remedied the situation, or disagree with the notice?
If you disagree with the notice, contact the IRS right away using the number on your CP90/CP297/CP297A IRS Notice. The IRS will work with you, or if you still do not like what the arrangement is, you have the right as a taxpayer to file an Appeal Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing request. The request for a Collection Due Process hearing must be filed within 30 days of the notice to receive your full CDP rights as a taxpayer.
If you have paid the full amount, or have made other arrangements with the IRS, you should contact them to make sure that your account shows that.
Getting help with your CP90/CP297/CP297A IRS Notice.
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