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Wednesday, August 16, 2006

IRS Private Agencies Debt Collection

The American Jobs Act of 2004 allows the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to use private collection agencies (PCAs) as an additional resource to help collect delinquent federal taxes. This will help reduce the growing number of uncollected tax liabilities while allowing the Service to better focus on more complex tax cases and issues. Just like the IRS, the selected agencies will be able to contact taxpayers directly to ask for payment in a professional manner. They cannot, however, take enforcement actions, such as liens or levies, or work technical issues such as tax abatements or financial hardships.

IRS Publication: What You Can Expect When The IRS Assigns Your Account To A
Private Collection Agency - If you receive Letter 3998-C, you should read this publication

Internal Revenue Service


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