CP 297A is a letter notifying you that the IRS has issued a Levy against your assets. This allows them to seize your property (i.e., wages, real estate, bank accounts). Additionally, this notice informs you that the IRS is not giving you a pre-levy hearing since you have requested one within the last two years.
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In order to prevent the IRS from seizing your property, you must pay them what you owe within 30 days--or enter into an installment agreement, propose an Offer in Compromise or file a Form 12153 , Request for a Collection Due Process or Equivalent Hearing, to appeal the levy action.
What types of assets can the IRS seize from you? Federal payments owed to you, such as contractor vendor payments, OPM retirement benefits, Social Security benefits, salary, or employee travel advances or reimbursements are at risk because you have a balance due on your tax account.
In addition, the IRS can seize (levy) rights to property, including real estate, bank accounts, wages, automobiles, business assets, commissions, and other income.
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