IRS Letter 257C – We Corrected Your Name or Taxpayer Identification Number
The discrepancy between your name and your Taxpayer Identification Number has been corrected.
Type of notice: Account information or change
Likely next step: Address a return or account problem
Why you received IRS Letter 257C
- You filed a tax return.
- During processing, the IRS found a discrepancy between your taxpayer identification number and your name as shown in IRS records.
- You contacted the IRS to resolve the discrepancy.
- The IRS sent Letter 257C to notify you that the discrepancy was resolved. If a refund is due, you should receive your refund in four to six weeks.
Notice deadline: N/A
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