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Accept for value

ACCEPT FOR VALUE

Your so lucky to see this. View as Slide Show.This is about reducing debt & increasing cash-flow. Taking control of your life.This is neither legal advice nor a guarantee that this will work for you. This visual aid’s goal, is to give you references. Wishing you much success and happiness.


Accepted for value

Accepted For Value

Consider, when using these processes

  • Is the presentment a recurring bill?

  • Does the presentment have a coupon or is this presentment a full page statement?

  • Do I wish to settle the account and close the account upon sending the AFV?


Example 1 government obligated debt

Example 1Government Obligated Debt

  • IRS demand for Payment.

  • Often a perforated bill with a coupon at the bottom.

  • You can keep as one piece or separate

  • I prefer to leave them together

  • Rumor has it, one needs to settle

    • IRS debts first

    • State debts second

    • Other debts after


Example 1 government obligated debt1

Example 1Government Obligated Debt

  • IRS demand for Payment.

  • Often a perforated bill with a coupon at the bottom.

  • You can keep as one piece or separate

  • I prefer to leave them together

  • Rumor has it, one needs to settle

    • IRS debts first

    • State debts second

    • Other debts after


Accept for value

Accept For Value & Return For Value For Settlement & Closure Exempt From Levy By:

December 20, 2012 Deposit To US Treasury & Charge the same to John Quincy Public 987-65-4321

Example #1

Accept For Value

Exempt From Levy By:

December 20, 2012 Deposit To US Treasury & Charge the same to John Quincy Public 987-65-4321

  • IRS Notice

John Quincy Private

Authorized Representative

987654321

  • Write in AFV

  • Include:

    • Exempt from levy

    • Sign Name, AR

    • EIN number

  • Thumbprints & Stamps are optional

  • AFV option w/o Return for Value

Money Order

  • Write In Money Order in Blue or Red

  • Turn Over


Accept for value

Example #1

Without Recourse John Quincy Private

  • Separate coupon/voucher from body or you can leave intact

  • Turn Over for endorsement just like a check

  • Sign your name

  • “Without recourse” is an option


Accept for value

Example #1

Without Recourse John Quincy Private

  • Separate coupon/voucher from body or you can leave intact

  • Turn Over for endorsement just like a check

  • Sign your name

  • “Without recourse” is an option


Example 2 recurring bill or recurring statement

Example 2Recurring Bill or Recurring Statement

  • Monthly payment & total bill payoff amount.

    • Most common of the bill presentments.

    • Usually comes to you monthly.

  • Perforated bill with a coupon at the bottom

    • Sometimes it is at the top

    • Sometimes it is in the middle

    • Sometimes it has a dotted line dividing the statement summary and the coupon.


Example 2 recurring bill or recurring statement1

Example 2Recurring Bill or Recurring Statement

  • Monthly payment & total bill payoff amount.

    • Most common of the bill presentments.

    • Usually comes to you monthly.

  • Perforated bill with a coupon at the bottom

    • Sometimes it is at the top

    • Sometimes it is in the middle

    • Sometimes it has a dotted line dividing the statement summary and the coupon.


Accept for value

Example #2

Accept For Value & Return For Value For Settlement & Closure Exempt From Levy By:

December 20, 2012 Deposit To US Treasury & Charge the same to John Quincy Public 987-65-4321

ACME UTILITY COMPANY

Accept For Value

Exempt From Levy By:

December 20, 2012 Deposit To US Treasury & Charge the same to John Quincy Public 987-65-4321

  • NoticeType of Bill.

  • Notice Total Monthly Payment Due.

  • Notice Statement at the Top of Bill and the Coupon at the Bottom of the Bill.

  • Notice Perforations to Allow Bill to be Separated.

  • Place “Accepted For Value at 45 Degree Angle on the Statement Part of the Bill in “Red Ink”.

  • Write the Money Order on the coupon.

  • “Write-In” the Amount You Want to be Utilized to Pay the Bill.

  • Sign in “Blue Ink” with “Authorized Representative” Written Directly Underneath Your Signature.

  • “Return For Value”, And “For Settlement & Closure” are options, depending on what you want to do.

  • Stamps and thumbprints are optional

John Quincy Private

Authorized Representative

987654321

John Quincy

Private

Total Monthly Payment....... $235.00

MONEY ORDER Pay to the US Treasury

Two Hundred Thirty Five and 00/100 dollars

$235.00

By:John Quincy Private

Authorized Representative

987654321

FRONT OF STATEMENT/BILL


Accept for value

Example #2

ACME UTILITY COMPANY

Accept For Value

Exempt From Levy By:

December 20, 2012 Deposit To US Treasury & Charge the same to John Quincy Public 987-65-4321

Without Recourse John Quincy Private

  • Now Separate or Detach the Coupon from the Bill Statement and Flip the Coupon Over and Endorse the Coupon on the Back, Just Like You Would Endorse a Check…

  • Place Your Signature on the End of the Coupon on the Left Hand Side On the Back of the Coupon.

  • Without recourse is optional.

John Quincy Private

Authorized Representative

987654321

John Quincy

Private

Total Monthly Payment....... $235.00

MONEY ORDER Pay to the US Treasury

Two Hundred Thirty Five and 00/100 dollars

$235.00

By:John Quincy Private

Authorized Representative

987654321

BACK OF COUPON


Accept for value

Example #2

Without Recourse John Quincy Private

  • Now Separate or Detach the Coupon from the Bill Statement and Flip the Coupon Over and Endorse the Coupon on the Back, Just Like You Would Endorse a Check…

  • Place Your Signature on the End of the Coupon on the Left Hand Side On the Back of the Coupon.

  • Without recourse is optional.

BACK OF COUPON


Envelopes

Envelopes

Use manila envelopes

Or use #10 envelopes

Or half size manila envelopes 9 X 6

I generally use stamps (going rate), although I have used meter mail

The Return address I like to use is without a zip code

US Citizens have Zip Codes

Americans Do not have Zip Codes

Using 2¢ or 3¢ stamps is an option

If you use a 2¢ or 3¢ stamp, sign your name through it.

Using thumbprints is an option, not a necessity


Accept for value

White background 3¢ Stamps, Blue Ink

Black background 2¢ Stamps, Silver or Gold Ink

Regular postage, no need to sign

Thumbprints Optional- red or blue ink

John-Quincy: Private

First Class, U.S. Delivery

C/o 1234 Northeast Anywhere Street

Waveland, Pennsylvanian

Non-Residential / Non-Domestic

John Q Private

1234 NE Anywhere St.

Waveland, PA

12342-1234

John Quincy

Private

John Quincy

Private

John Quincy

Private

Internal Revenue Service

Stop 4440

PO BOX 9036

Ogden, UT 84201

IRS Technical Support Division

c/o Treasury UCC Contact Trust

Internal Revenue Service

1500 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington DC. 20220

Internal Revenue Service

Criminal Investigation Division

Box 192

Covington, KY 41012


Accept for value

Regular postage, no need to sign

John Q Private

1234 NE Anywhere St.

Waveland, PA

12342-1234

Internal Revenue Service

Criminal Investigation Division

Box 192

Covington, KY 41012


Accept for value

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