IRS Letter 2357C – Abatement of Penalties and Interest

Letter 2357C notifies you of the IRS decision to abate penalties and interest.

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Type of Notice: Account information or change

Most common tax problem area: IRS bill for unpaid taxes

Why you received IRS Letter 2357C

  1. You owe a balance due to the IRS.
  2. The IRS failed to send you balance due notices that they should have sent.
  3. Because of their error, the IRS has adjusted your account and removed applicable penalties and interest.
  4. You still have a balance due and the IRS is requesting payment.

Your options to address IRS Letter 2357C

  1. Dispute the taxes you owe
  2. Make arrangements to pay

Notice deadline: 10 days

If you miss the deadline: Interest and applicable penalties will continue to accrue.

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