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HAS ALREADY BEEN FILED WILL BE FILED IMMEDIATELY Agreement Review Cycle Earliest CSED Check box if pre-assessed modules included WILL BE FILED WHEN TAX IS ASSESSED MAY BE FILED IF THIS AGREEMENT DEFAULTS Agreement examined or approved by Signature title function Part 1 Acknowledgement Copy Return to IRS Catalog No. 21475H Reset Form Fields www.irs.gov Form 2159 Rev. 7-2018 Part 2 Employer s Copy INSTRUCTIONS TO EMPLOYER This payroll deduction agreement is subject to your approval. If you...
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