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See 62 Stat. 698 749 18 USC 287 1001. www.irs.gov Form 8546 Rev. 2-2013 Please complete all blocks. The claimants must sign this form. If the bank account involved is a joint account each owner on the account must sign the Form 8546 as a claimant for erroneous levy. Form Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Rev* February 2013 Claim for Reimbursement of Bank Charges Instructions Please carefully read the instructions on the back of this form and provide the information...
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What is IRS Form 8546?

Form 8546 is designed by the Internal Revenue Service. It is called the Claim for Reimbursement of Bank Charges. You may find the instructions right on the back. Before completing the form, read them carefully. The form itself is stored on our site where you can fill it out, sign and send to whom it may concern.

What is IRS Form 8546 for?

This form may be used for reimbursement of bank charges only for shopping payment on the check that the Internal Revenue Service has lost, an erroneous levy or the DDA (Direct Debit Installment Agreement) error. If there is more than one owner of the bank account, they all must sign this IRS document.

When is IRS Form 8546 Due?

The document is not limited by a certain due date. It may be different is different situations with the bank account and the reimbursement of bank charges.

Is IRS Form 8546 Accompanied by Other Documents?

Yes. The completed Form 8546 must be accompanied by the verification of the amount you claim. It is the only document that must be attached.

What Information do I Include in Form 8546?

Generally the form is not complicated. It is only a one-page document. The following information must be provided in the form:

  • Name and address of all claimants;
  • Telephone number (the best time to call);
  • Amount of claim;
  • Social security number/Employer identification number;
  • Information about the electronic funds transfer (name of bank account, bank name and address, ABA number, type of account, description of claim).

Where do I Send IRS Form 8546?

You must send the completed document to the local department of the Internal Revenue Service.

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