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IRS Notices | CP-523: Intent to Terminate Installment Agreement

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If you have received an IRS notice CP-523, you may have defaulted on your Installment Agreement, or added more tax debt when you filed your latest tax returns.


In either case, the IRS has cancelled your payment plan. The Agency is signaling to you that they wants you to enter into a new Installment Agreement. They want more money or they will levy you.


If you received this notice (CP-523), your installment agreement is now over, done and dead because you missed a payment or weren't current on taxes (your new additional tax debt isn't factored into the Installment Agreement). However, these letters are often good news to the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Relief can:

1. Often do a new and better type of tax relief solution for you 2. Place you into Currently not Collectible status or better yet, settle your tax debt with an Offer in Compromise. Our tax pros will have 90 days from the date of this letter before levies to come up with a new plan. That is more than enough breathing room to completely resolve your tax liability problem. This article is brought to you by the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Relief. We have been providing tax debt solutions for more than a decade. Our tax pros are strategically located in Clearwater, Florida, and San Diego, California. Licensed in all 50 states, we are available from 8 A.M Eastern to 6 P.M. Pacific time.



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