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Form 668D- Your levy has been released

Just received Form 668D? Here’s what to make of it…

The form 668D belongs to the 668 form series which is a series that contains a variety of IRS notices. These notices like other IRS notices are sent by the IRS to inform a taxpayer that changes are imminent.

The IRS form 668d and other forms under the 668 series are notices that should be taken seriously because they are actually warnings that your assets are about to be touched either via tax levy, wage garnishment, or tax lien.

We understand that this is quite a sticky situation to be in, as nobody wants to receive a 668 notice that tells them that action will be taken on their assets by the IRS. However if the form you received was 668d, then there’s some good news for you.

The IRS form 668 D (release of a levy) is actually a rather positive notice, contrary to other 668 forms like the IRS form 668-a.

The moment the IRS goes ahead to garnish your wage or freeze your bank account in an attempt to collect what you owe them, the form 668D will show that the levy and garnishment against you have been released and that collection actions are no longer required to be taken against you.

However, it’s not time to celebrate just yet. You must secure your victory by taking necessary measures to make sure that you are immune to similar actions being taken against you in the future. It would be unpleasant and quite unwise to have to go through such an unpleasant situation again.

We recommend that you contact a professional tax preparatrion firm or a tax accountant to help you fully resolve your tax debts through the different options made available by the IRS. Whatever your income or challenge is, there is an option that will be the perfect fit for you. Contact us today to get started.


What does IRS form 668d say?

IRS form 668d is a notice that comes to inform you that your debt commitment has been fulfilled and all levies put on your assets have been lifted.

The IRS may also send out the Form 668d when the statute of limitations on that debt has elapsed or the IRS figured that the garnishment was a mistake.

You do not have to worry about contacting other third parties like your bank, and employer to inform them that the levy that was perviously placed on your account or assets has been lifted; they will also receive the form 668D. This notice will improve your credit score and make you a more eligible candidate for future loans.


How to respond to IRS form 668D

As we always emphasize, the first step to take when you receive an IRS notice is to thoroughly and carefully read through the fine print to get a solid idea of the information it contains. This will enlighten you about the situation on ground and the actions to take. You can always do more research by searching the notice number on the IRS website and even contact them if necessary.

Calling the IRS over the phone is an option available to you. If you decide to do this, ensure that you keep a copy of your return right beside you while you are over the phone.

Additionally, if you suspect that the 668D notice that you received is fake, call the IRS official number immediately to confirm.


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