If you received a letter from the IRS concerning payment
If you received a letter from the IRS stating that your 2290 payment was not received, do not be alarmed. It appears that the IRS has mistakenly sent out some of these letters. See below to verify if your letter was sent out by mistake. If you are not sure after checking the below, please call the contact number listed on the IRS letter.
- Verify if your payment was made from your Bank account. If the IRS already took your funds, then you most likely have received a letter by mistake.
- Verify if your payment was made from your EFTPS account. If the IRS already took your funds, then you moste likely have received a letter by mistake.
When filing at 2290asap.com, you enter your debit information. This information gets sent to the IRS with your electronic filing. The IRS does not allow us to "touch" your debit information nor can we verify if the IRS was able to debit the funds. (Either from your bank account or EFTPS account) This is all completed at the IRS level.
If you can verify that the funds were deducted (generally by looking at your bank statement or EFTPS account), then the letter was most likely sent to you by mistake.
If you notice that the funds were NOT deducted, then a few things could have occured:
- Your routing number or account number might have been mis-typed or entered incorrectly.
- Your bank denied the IRS from taking the funds.
- There were not enough funds in the account you chose.
- You chose the EFTPS option to pay the IRS fee, but you never went in to your EFTPS account to finish the payment.
- Follow the instructions on the letter and pay the Fee's to the IRS using the instructions in the letter.
- Log into your EFTPS account and make the payment.
- Pay by mailing in a check using the payment voucher. You can do this by logging into your account and clicking on completed filings. Click on "view return" next to the filing in question. Print the "Payment Voucher" on page five (5). Detach the voucher from the bottom of the page and mail it in with a paper check.
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