IRS Garnishment - IRS Tax Levies
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The IRS sent to you a "notice of intent to Levy" 30 days ago and you forgot or ignored it. Today is the day you have worked for. It's "payday". If your employer hasn't already informed you of the IRS tax levy, you were expecting a normal check. You open your pay envelope and "Surprise! Surprise! Surprise!" (as Gomer Pyle would exclaim). The IRS has seized most of your money. What's left is not enough to pay your rent or mortgage, your car payment, buy groceries, or pay the rest of the bills. A tax garnishment enforcement action will continue on every check due you until the tax owed is paid in full or action is taken to stop an end the seizure.
NEWS FLASH: A Tax Garnishment Equals Big Trouble.
If you have a tax garnishment seizing your paycheck, you
know that you have a huge problem. No matter how hard
you plead with your employer, they can not give you your
full wages. As soon as the IRS orders the seizure of your
paycheck via the wage garnishment, your employer is
required by law to collect a large percentage of each of your paychecks. It doesn't matter whether you have an IRS garnishment in San Diego, Los Angeles, Southern California, the Mid-West, Texas, the Eastern Seaboard, or anywhere in the United States, IRS garnishment rules are all the same. The procedures for having your tax garnishment stopped and released are the same.
IRS Garnishment Rules: The IRS can take your entire paycheck via a "Manual Levy". If you are a 1099 independent contractor, the IRS will seize your entire check.
The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service is regularly retained to negotiate the release of tax garnishment and IRS tax levies. Our tax professionals can, nine times out of ten, stop your IRS garnishment / IRS tax levy in one (1) day.
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Tax Levy and IRS Garnishment
If you owe a back tax debt to the IRS and/or
Franchise Tax Board (FTB), your income, bank accounts
and assets, including real and personal property,
can be pursued by the taxing authorities as a means of
collecting your tax liability.
Tax Levy - IRS Garnishment
An IRS levy (tax garnishment) is the seizure of your property to pay a tax debt to the IRS. The IRS will seize and sell your house, car, boat, collection, and any other asset that can be sold to retire your debt. A tax garnishment against your bank account gives them the right to take all the money in your account, and this applies to other sources of value including retirement accounts, dividends, commissions, licenses, accounts receivable, rental income, and even the cash value of your life insurance policy. If a single paycheck is not enough to satisfy the debt, the levy against your wages is known as a garnishment.
A Tax Garnishment is a levy against your wages that withholds a percentage of your income until the tax debt is retired. IRS garnishments are not limited to the amounts established by federal and state laws relating to normal creditors, and the IRS can garnish most of your check, leaving you little to live on.
What Exactly Is An IRS Bank Levy And Tax Garnishment?
The IRS has the full authority to collect
unpaid taxes. The IRS can order a
bank levy to seize one or more of a
taxpayer’s bank accounts.
The tax levy can attach to money within a savings account, checking account, retirement account, and other accounts, such as brokerage accounts. Having a joint account with someone else will not protect the bank account from the IRS tentacles.
A bank levy is a "one shot deal". By that we mean, the IRS would need to send a new levy order each and every time they attempt a seizure of your bank account. A taxpayer has twenty-one (21) days to get their money back. This twenty-one-day window includes Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. You do not have a lot of time to waste.
The IRS or state taxing authority may also issue a tax levy order to your employer, resulting in an ongoing IRS garnishment until the tax levy is either satisfied or released. This is called "continuous". Unless the IRS tax garnishment is stopped and released, the tax levy will continue until the entire tax debt is paid in full.
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Call the IRS Garnishment
IRS wage levies (tax garnishments) and bank levies are legal seizure orders that recipients must comply with.
The IRS is levying my bank account(s) and issued a wage garnishment to my employer. What should I do?
YOU SHOULD CALL THE IRS TAX ATTORNEYS AT
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE IMMEDIATELY.
THAT'S WHAT YOU SHOULD DO!
Most bank and wage levy enforcement actions are taken by the Internal Revenue Service in an effort to grab your money and obtain the attention of the debtor-taxpayer. If you receive an IRS garnishment on your income or a tax levy at your financial institution,
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