CP90 – Final Notice Of Intent To Levy


Did You Receive A CP90?

The IRS CP90 notifies you of your unpaid taxes and that the IRS intends to levy to collect the amount owed. The letter and referenced publications explain how to request and appeal if you do not agree.

You will need to file a Form 12153, Request for A Collection Due Process Hearing and send it to the address shown on your levy notice within 30 days from the date of the CP90 in order to appeal the proposed action with the Office of Appeals.

An appeal or protest is a chance to have your voice heard, but only reasonable protests (those that are backed by the tax code) have a reasonable chance of being overturned.

Thus, we highly recommend engaging the services of an experienced Enrolled Agent, such as Tax Samaritan, that can serve as your representative with the IRS if you have received a CP90 notice. Click to learn more about the Appeals Process .

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If action is not taken prior to the deadline, the IRS can issue the levy. However, there are many options to resolve this difficult tax problem. A qualified enrolled agent, such as Tax Samaritan, should be contacted before the deadline passes.

If you’ve received an IRS CP90 and don’t agree with the amount owed, please click the button below and select “Tax Problems with the IRS/State” to see how we can help and for a free 30-minute consultation to discuss your situation further and whether you have a good case for appeals. Please feel free to securely and privately attach a copy of your IRS notices received and a copy of your tax return for the tax year in question and we will be happy to evaluate options available to you.

Tax Samaritan is a team of Enrolled Agents with over 25 years of experience focusing on US tax preparation and representation. We maintain this tax blog where all articles are written by Enrolled Agents. Our main objective is to educate US taxpayers on their tax responsibilities and the selection of a tax professional. Our articles are also designed to help taxpayers looking to self prepare, providing specific tips and pitfalls to avoid.

When looking for a tax professional, choose carefully. We recommend that you hire a credentialed tax professional such as Tax Samaritan that is an Enrolled Agent (America’s Tax Experts). If you are a US taxpayer overseas, we further recommend that you seek a professional who is experienced in expat tax preparation, like Tax Samaritan (most tax professionals have limited to no experience with the unique tax issues of expat taxpayers).

Randall Brody is an enrolled agent, licensed by the US Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before the IRS for audits, collections and appeals. To attain the enrolled agent designation, candidates must demonstrate expertise in taxation, fulfill continuing education credits and adhere to a stringent code of ethics.

Every effort has been taken to provide the most accurate and honest analysis of the tax information provided in this blog. Please use your discretion before making any decisions based on the information provided. This blog is not intended to be a substitute for seeking professional tax advice if you received a CP90 notice from the IRS.

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