Wage Garnishment | How We Stop A Tax Levy | Flat Fee Tax Service
Updated: Jun 28, 2019
STOP TAX LEVY - WAGE GARNISHMENTS
One of the more aggressive tax collection tactics the IRS employs is the tax levy a/k/a wage garnishment (#irswagegarnishment). A tax levy on your paycheck is a continuous wage garnishment on wages, salaries, and other income from the accounts of delinquent taxpayers. While the IRS will not generally garnish all of your wages, the IRS has what is called a "manual levy" and can take 100% of your paycheck, Social Security, SSDI or Veterans pension. Tax levies usually can go anywhere up to 70 percent of wages and other income earned.
The IRS is required to send out a Notice of Intent to Levy. The IRS is not required to make sure that you actually received the Notice of Intent to Levy.
You won't be necessarily informed if the IRS is planning to enforce a tax levy against you. For wage garnishment, and use of any other legal means to enforce tax payments, the IRS will mail you a notice that sets out the amount owed, including penalties and interest, as well as a due date by which you must pay the balance in full or enter into an official payment agreement with the government.
THE IRS IS ONLY REQUIRED TO MAIL THE NOTICE OF INTENT TO LEVY.
If no action is taken on the Notice of Intent to Levy, you will receive a "Final Notice of Intent to Levy.”
You will then have 30 days from the final notice to remedy your tax debt. If no action is taken by that date, the IRS will proceed with a tax levy and start garnishing your wages.
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If you cannot pay due to lack of income, you are not exempt from wage garnishments (#irslevies). The IRS has the ability to enforce a tax levy your bank accounts either by freezing your accounts for periods of time or by removing funds from your account.If you do nothing, a tax levy or wage garnishment can affect you even if you are unemployed. If you ow
The IRS can take your Social Security and/or Veteran's Pension via a tax levy through the Federal Payment Levy program. There are limitations to when the IRS can garnish wages. The IRS cannot enforce a tax levy if the your tax debt case is in Appeals, you have a pending Offer in Compromise (#offerincompromise) or pending/active Installment Agreement status, your case has been placed into Currently Non-Collectible status, or the Collection Statute Expiration Date (Statute of Limitations) has passed.
The IRS has a mechanism to enforce a tax levy on your Social Security, Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Veteran's Pensions. The IRS can enforce 15% (FPLP).
If you are at risk of or are already experiencing IRS wage garnishments, do not wait to take action!
YOU NEED TO BE PRO-ACTIVE
YOU DO NOT HAVE
TO LOSE YOUR PAYCHECK
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