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Purpose:   We send CP 298 to notify the recipient of our intent to levy on their social security benefits.
Reason for Issuance:   There is a balance due on the recipient's account we've previously asked them to pay. We're sending the notice to inform them the account is still unpaid and to notify them of our intent to levy on their social security benefits.
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