IRS Letter 167C – Payment Missing; Copy of Check/Money Order/Cashier’s Check Requested

No more payments will be deducted from your checking account.

Type of Notice: Unpaid balance

Likely next step: Address an IRS bill for unpaid taxes

Also see: IRS penalties

Why you received IRS Letter 167C

  1. You have an unpaid tax balance.
  2. The IRS sent notices requesting payment.
  3. You set up an installment agreement with payments directly debited from your checking account.
  4. You requested that the IRS stop deducting payments from your checking account.
  5. The IRS sent Letter 167C to notify you that the payments have been stopped and tells you that a payment you thought you made was not received by the IRS.

Notice deadline: As specified on notice

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