IRS Letter 2975 – Intent to Terminate Installment Agreement

The IRS is about to terminate your installment agreement.

Type of Notice: Unpaid balance

Likely next step: Address an IRS bill for unpaid taxes

Also see: IRS penalties

Why you received IRS Letter 2975

  1. You have an unpaid balance due.
  2. You entered into a manually monitored installment agreement (MMIA) to repay the balance due.
  3. You did not comply with the terms of your agreement.
  4. The IRS sent Letter 2975 via certified mail to notify you that you have defaulted on the terms of your installment agreement.

Notice deadline: 30 days

If you miss the deadline: The IRS will terminate your installment agreement and enforced collection procedures such as filing a lien or issuing a levy may begin.

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