Notice of Wage Garnishment or Bank Levy
As a last resort, when the IRS proceeds with enforced collection of a tax debt, it almost always starts with wage garnishment or a bank levy.
The good news is the IRS will not usually resort to these until after it has made several attempts to contact the taxpayer and resolve the matter agreeably through the use of an IRS collection alternative such as voluntary payment, an installment payment plan or an IRS settlement (“Offer in Compromise”).But if you’ve recieved a notice of wage garnishment or bank levy, you need to deal with this immediately, before severe financial hardship follows.We’re here to help you achieve the best possible settlement with the IRS.
IRS’ Seizure of Your Paycheck, Your Bank Account, or Other Property,
is a Serious Matter Needing Immediate Attention!
TAX PROBLEM: Ignoring Your Tax Debt Can Push the IRS into Enforced Collectionor Seizure of Property through a Wage or Bank Levy.
If the IRS has filed a levy with your bank, you may wind up unable to pay your bills, your rent or mortgage, your car payment or feed your family! Or, if your employer tells you they’ve received a Notice of Wage Garnishment things “quickly” go from bad to worse. If IRS takes your paycheck or your bank account, you won’t be able to pay your bills. If they take your car, you can’t get to work. And your home isn’t protected either (“homestead” does not apply to the IRS)! The IRS is skilled at using intimidation to force taxpayers needing help into adverse collection action. This is a very serious, time- sensitive matter. You need TaxProblemSolver.com to prevent the IRS from seizing your income and assets.
CONSEQUENCE: If Delinquent Taxes go Ignored, Severe Financial Hardship will Follow.
If you ignore IRS notices, phone calls and letters, the IRS will start what they call Enforced Collection. It is a way for them to get your attention and collect the delinquent taxes. Seizure of your bank account is the ultimate action in their collection efforts. The IRS sends a Notice of Levy to the financial institution informing them that you owe taxes. The IRS requires them to freeze all the money in your account(s) as of that day. This includes all accounts with your social security number. You are then unable to use any of those funds to pay your bills. This freeze may cause your checks to bounce and overdraft fees accumulate. The bank must hold these funds for 21 days. After the 21 day period, the bank must send the money to the IRS – and its gone!
In the case of a wage garnishment, notice is given to your employer (which can be very embarrassing and may jeopardize your job!). While there are some limits on how much of your paycheck IRS can take, you will still be left with very little money. Often times, your employer will fail to provide the necessary forms to fill out which would limit the amount the IRS can keep, leading to wage garnishments upward of 75 percent of your check. When the IRS decides how much of your paycheck to take, they don’t take into account how much money you actually need to spend on necessities. Instead, the law provides that you are entitled to keep (on an annualized basis) an amount equal to the standard deduction ($6,300) plus the amount of personal exemptions you are entitled to claim ($4,000), which means a single person claiming only himself gets to keep only about $860 per month! Try living on that! And, wage levies are “continuous” until IRS releases the levy. Ouch!
SOLUTION: We Can Represent You to Prevent, or Stop, a Painful Bank Levy or Wage Garnishment.
Whether you are faced with a bank or wage levy, it is imperative that you hire a tax resolution specialist who is aggressive, knowledgable and ethical to prevent the IRS from seizing your income and assets. You have a 21 day period time to negotiate with and encourage the IRS to release the funds from the levy. You need TaxProblemSolver.com to represent you through this very critical 21-day period and through every step of the process, acting as a shield between you and the IRS while we work to achieve the best possible settlement.
There are solutions to your tax problems that allow you to avoid an IRS bank levy or wage garnishment. Although repayment plans (installment agreements) and settlements (Offers in Compromise) are but two of the possible solutions that may be available to you, they both can stop or prevent levies and garnishments. Call us to get your Game Plan to decide which option is best for you.
HOW TO TAKE ACTION: Don’t Wait Another Day! Contact the Tax Professionals at TaxProblemSolver.com for Your Game Plan to Stop Your Levy Today.
The only way to stop a bank levy or wage garnishment is to prove extreme economic hardship, or convince the IRS to accept a form of tax settlement instead. Your best hope of convincing the IRS to remove the levy is to let our tax law professionals negotiate for you. TaxProblemSolver.com has helped thousands of people solve their tax problems with a personalized, targeted Game Plan to solve your situation. While levies are usually the result of ignoring the IRS for too long, it’s never too late. Talk to TaxProblemSolver.com today, to get your Game Plan…get the IRS off your back and regain control of your money!
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