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IRS Garnishments | Tax Liens | IRS Tax Levies | Flat Fee Tax Service

Updated: Sep 18, 2019

IRS Garnishments - Federal Tax Liens - Tax Garnishment and Levies Experienced IRS Tax Lawyers Stop and Release IRS Garnishments in One Day. Do you owe the IRS money? Have you been unable to work out a payment arrangement, the three (3) primary collection tools of the IRS are tax liens, tax levies, and IRS garnishments. These enforcement actions are severe forms of collection tactic, which can disrupt your business and bring your personal finances to a standstill. What is the difference between a tax lien, a tax levy, and an IRS garnishment? How can an experienced IRS tax lawyer help with these situations?

IRS Tax Liens

An IRS tax lien is a claim of ownership against an asset or the property of a taxpayer who owes the U.S. Treasury for an unpaid tax debt. An IRS lien secures the interest of the IRS against the property until the taxpayer successfully completes repayment of the debt or the tax debt is settled. When a tax lien is secured by real property, the first proceeds of the property sale are used to retire the IRS lien. If the taxpayer does not make arrangements to repay the debt, the IRS has the option to levy and seize your property.

IRS Garnishment

An IRS 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 paycheck, leaving you little to nothing to live on. IRS Levy

An IRS levy is the seizure of your property to pay a tax debt to the IRS. The IRS can and will seize and sell your house, car, boat, collection, motorcycle and any other asset that can be sold to retire your tax debt. An IRS levy against your bank account gives them the right to take all the money in your account. Many taxpayers under the illusion that having a second name on a bank account will shield that bank account from seize. Sorry, a tax levy will seize that account. A tax levy 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. The IRS garnishment on your wages will continue until either your tax debt is paid in full or it is released. OUR IRS TAX ATTORNEYS STOP IR GARNISHMENTS IN ONE DAY. Final Notice of Intent to Levy and a Notice of Your Right to a Hearing

Before the IRS can levy or garnish your property, accounts, or wages, the IRS is required to send you a “Final Notice of Intent to Levy” and a separate “Notice of Your Right to a Hearing (Levy Notice).” The Final Notice of Intent to Levy is usually given 30 days before the tax levy occurs. All IRS notices can be delivered in person, but it can be sent to your home, your place of business, and more often than not it will be sent to your last known address. The Notice of Your Right to a Hearing does not provide an opportunity to dispute the tax debt that is due. That opportunity has passed. The purpose of the hearing is to determine the severity of the impact on your finances, and if it will cause immediate financial hardship. You Really Should Contact an Experienced Tax Attorney the Moment You Receive a Final Notice of Intent to Levy or an IRS Lien Notice. The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service will work to develop an alternative tax relief solution to the levy or lien. There are legitimate, proven tax relief options when the tax lien or tax levy can be challenged, but these cases are usually about limiting the extent of the hardship the levy will cause.

The key to avoiding these very severe enforcement efforts is to challenge the IRS at an earlier point, or when they are in the process of attempting to a tax debt. If you have been contacted by the IRS for any reason, or if you have received a Final Notice of Intent to Levy, our tax professionals invite you to contact us immediately for a free consultation at 866-747-7435.









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