IRS Notice CP522 is a very distressing letter to receive from the IRS. They want you to contact them by telephone to update them on your financial condition. It is stated that your Installment Agreement will default if you do not call them.
What to do in Response to Notice CP522:
First, you need to complete a Form 433F or Form 433A, as indicated in the letter. However, when you construct these forms prepare them by truthfully describing your situation. If you can't pay the IRS any greater amount, you'll have to prove it by tediously showing all of your expenses.
Fortunately, we have prepared Webinars to teach you how to complete Form 433F or Form 433A to your advantage. Learn the Tax attorney tactics and strategies to repel IRS enforcement.
Next, contact our office so we can review all of your information, make corrections and construct an Action Plan to respond to the IRS.
When we respond to the IRS it would be a good time to get updated Account Transcripts from the IRS so you can determine how long this debt will last.
IRS Notice CP522:
Here is another letter you will receive from the IRS directing you to contact them: