IRS Garnishment - Tax Garnishment
Stop an IRS Wage Garnishment
Here's What We Can Do For You
You received an IRS Notice of Intent to Levy 30 days ago and you forgot or ignored it. It's payday and you were expecting your full check. You open the envelope, or check your direct deposit and find that the IRS has taken most of your money. What's left is not enough to pay the rent, car payment, buy groceries, or pay the rest of the bills. An IRS enforcement action like an IRS garnishment will continue on every check due to you until the tax owed is paid in full or the IRS garnishment is stopped and released.
The IRS will contact your employer, and before the tax garnishment starts you’ll be asked to complete a garnishment form. You’ll have three days to determine how many tax exemptions you’re allowed to take, and it is these exemptions that will determine how much money you get to keep for living expenses. If you don’t complete the form in time, the IRS will proceed in a manner that works for them. With every paycheck, a portion will go to you and the rest will go to the IRS.
FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE ROUTINELY HAS AN IRS GARNISHMENT
STOPPED AND RELEASED IN ONE DAY.
Now you're in big financial trouble. No matter how hard you plead with your employer they cannot give you your money. Once an IRS garnishment is ordered with your employer, your employer is required by law to collect a large percentage of each of your paychecks.
The tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service routinely negotiate with the IRS to place clients into Currently not Collectible status, settle tax debt via an Offer in Compromise or set up payment plans that both satisfy the IRS and keep you from financial collapse.
We are regularly retained to negotiate the release of an IRS wage garnishment by placing you in Currently not Collectible status, negotiating your tax settlement via an Offer in Compromise, or by arranging a payment plan. As far as an Installment Agreement is concerned, the payment plan negotiated by our tax professionals will always be more favorable than any IRS garnishment. Any of these three (3) tax relief options will allow you to receive your whole paycheck without fears of future wage garnishments.
The best way to deal with tax garnishment is to avoid it altogether. The tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service can represent you when the prospect of an IRS garnishment is still only a threat. All the possible alternatives to wage garnishment – bank loans, collection delays, payment plans, an Offer in Compromise – have one thing in common: they are negotiated by people who understand the system. If you’re not that person, you need professional help. Remember, the IRS has the right to take other property such as your bank account and other assets to satisfy an outstanding tax debt. Let our team of professionals represent you so you can make other arrangements.
Dealing with the IRS directly can be both very confusing as well as a painstaking process. Individuals lack the information and resources necessary to accurately complete required documentation. The IRS isn’t in your corner. They make it incredibly challenging to reach any sort of agreement in releasing your IRS garnishment.
Get your free, comprehensive consultation today. To stop your IRS garnishment call our tax professionals and/or complete the form below.