IRS Letter 4458C – Second Installment Agreement Skip

You missed a second payment on your installment agreement.

Type of notice: Unpaid balance

Likely next step: Address a bill for unpaid taxes

Also see: IRS penalties

Why you received IRS Letter 4458C

  1. You either filed a tax return with a balance due, or the IRS filed a return on your behalf.
  2. You set up an installment agreement to pay off the balance due.
  3. You missed a payment on your installment agreement.
  4. The IRS sends Letter 4458 to notify you that a second payment was missed. You are asked to contact the IRS to make up the missed payments or, if necessary, re-negotiate the terms of the installment agreement.

Notice deadline: 30 days

If you miss the deadline: Your installment agreement will be canceled.

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