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1 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. ACCEPT FOR VALUE

2 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? IIs the presentment a recurring bill? DDoes the presentment have a coupon or is this presentment a full page statement? DDo I wish to settle the account and close the account upon sending the AFV?

3  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

4  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

5 Example #1 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 Accept For Value Exempt From Levy By: December 20, 2012 Deposit To US Treasury & Charge the same to John Quincy Public J o h n Q u i n c y P r i v a t e A u t h o r i z e d R e p r e s e n t a t i v e Money Order  IRS Notice  Write in AFV  Thumbprints & Stamps are optional  Write In Money Order in Blue or Red TTurn Over  Include:  Exempt from levy  Sign Name, AR  EIN number  AFV option w/o Return for Value

6 Example #1 Without Recourse John Quincy Private SSeparate coupon/voucher from body or you can leave intact  Turn Over for endorsement just like a check SSign your name  “Without recourse” is an option

7 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

8  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  S ometimes it has a dotted line dividing the statement summary and the coupon.

9  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  S ometimes it has a dotted line dividing the statement summary and the coupon.

10 ACME UTILITY COMPANY Total Monthly Payment $ Example #2  Notice Type 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 Two Hundred Thirty Five and 00/100 dollars $ FRONT OF STATEMENT/BILL J o h n Q u i n c y P r i v a t e MONEY ORDER Pay to the US Treasury By : John Quincy Privat e Authorized Representative Accept For Value Exempt From Levy By: December 20, 2012 Deposit To US Treasury & Charge the same to John Quincy Public 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 J o h n Q u i n c y P r i v a t e A u t h o r i z e d R e p r e s e n t a t i v e

11 Example #2 BACK OF COUPON ACME UTILITY COMPANY  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 Accept For Value Exempt From Levy By: December 20, 2012 Deposit To US Treasury & Charge the same to John Quincy Public Total Monthly Payment $ John Quincy Private Authorized Representative By : John Quincy Privat e Authorized Representative MONEY ORDER Pay to the US Treasury Two Hundred Thirty Five and 00/100 dollars $ Without Recourse John Quincy Private

12 Example #2 BACK OF COUPON 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.

13  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 UUse manila envelopes OOr use #10 envelopes OOr half size manila envelopes 9 X 6 II generally use stamps (going rate), although I have used meter mail TThe Return address I like to use is without a zip code UUS Citizens have Zip Codes AAmericans Do not have Zip Codes UUsing 2¢ or 3¢ stamps is an option IIf you use a 2¢ or 3¢ stamp, sign your name through it.  Using thumbprints is an option, not a necessity

14 Black background 2¢ Stamps, Silver or Gold Ink John-Quincy: Private First Class, U.S. Delivery C/o 1234 Northeast Anywhere Street Waveland, Pennsylvanian Non-Residential / Non-Domestic IRS Technical Support Division c/o Treasury UCC Contact Trust Internal Revenue Service 1500 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington DC J o h n Q u i n c y P r i v a t e Internal Revenue Service Stop 4440 PO BOX 9036 Ogden, UT Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division Box 192 Covington, KY J o h n Q u i n c y P r i v a t e John Quincy Private White background 3¢ Stamps, Blue Ink Regular postage, no need to sign Thumbprints Optional- red or blue ink John Q Private 1234 NE Anywhere St. Waveland, PA

15 John Q Private 1234 NE Anywhere St. Waveland, PA Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division Box 192 Covington, KY 41012

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