IRS Notice CP523 – Intent to Levy & Terminate Your Installment Agreement
Type of notice: Unpaid balance
Most common tax problem area: IRS bill for unpaid taxes
Other tax problem areas: IRS penalties
Why you received IRS Notice CP523
- You are in an installment agreement with the IRS to pay a tax balance.
- You defaulted on your installment agreement for one or more of these reasons:
- You missed one or more payments.
- You incurred a new unpaid balance.
- You didn’t file a tax return by the due date.
- You are being notified about the IRS’ intention to terminate your installment agreement and to levy your assets if you fail to contact the IRS within 30 days.
Your options to address IRS Notice CP523
- Make arrangements to pay.
- File a return.
Notice deadline: 30 days
If you miss the deadline: If you don’t contact the IRS by the deadline on the notice, the IRS will terminate your installment agreement and proceed with enforced collection action, such as filing a lien or issuing a levy on your wages and/or bank accounts. Penalties and interest will accrue.
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