IRS Notice CP32A – Call Us to Request Your Refund Check

A refund check of more than $1,000 was mailed to you but was not cashed. You must respond for the IRS to reissue the refund check.

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Type of Notice: Account information or change

Most common tax problem area: IRS return and account problems

Why you received IRS Notice CP32A

  1. You filed a tax return with the IRS which resulted in a refund.
  2. The refund check the IRS sent you was never cashed. The refund check is only valid for one year and has expired.
  3. The IRS sent CP32A to notify you that the original refund check is no longer valid. The IRS will not mail a replacement check until you respond. Once you respond, you should receive your refund within 30 days. If you still have the original check, it should be destroyed.

Your options to address IRS Notice CP32A

  1. Provide the requested information

Notice deadline: None specified

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