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IRS notices are letters sent to inform taxpayers of important tax information. Each one is different, but we can explain what the LP64 is about.
Understanding your LP64 notice
The IRS is requesting your help in locating a taxpayer you may know.
Type of Notice
IRS Request for Information
Why you received the LP64 notice
You received an LP64 notice because the IRS believes you can help them locate a taxpayer.
Likely next steps
Carefully read the notice. There will be an enclosed form 15106 included with your notice that the IRS would like you to complete. Mail the completed form and the stub from your notice to the IRS within 10 days.
If you would like to be removed from the IRS third-party list, you will need to either call or send a letter to the IRS.
LP64 Notice deadline
The IRS requests that you respond within 10 days of the date of the notice.
If you miss the deadline
There is no penalty if you miss the deadline.
About the Author
Jo Willetts, Director of Tax Resources at Jackson Hewitt, has more than 35 years of experience in the tax industry. As an Enrolled Agent, Jo has attained the highest level of certification for a tax professional. She began her career at Jackson Hewitt as a Tax Pro, working her way up to General Manager of a franchise store. In her current role, Jo provides expert knowledge company-wide to ensure that tax information distributed through all Jackson Hewitt channels is current and accurate.