IRS Letter 2940C – Personal Identification Number (PIN) Established

This letter confirms that a Personal Identification Number (PIN) number was set up for your tax account.

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Type of Notice: Account information or change

Possible next step: Address tax identity theft

Also see: Return/account problems

Why you received IRS Letter 2940C

  1. You contacted the IRS to request a PIN number to be used when you access your IRS information online or over the phone.
  2. The IRS sent Letter 2940C to confirm that the PIN number was established. If you did not request this PIN number contact the number on the notice immediately.

Notice deadline: N/A

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