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IRS Notice of Intent to Levy | Flat Fee Tax Relief | Tax Debt Help

Updated: Jun 15, 2020

IRS Notice of Intent to Levy

The IRS and state can and will levy bank accounts, garnish your wages, and seize assets if a tax debt is unpaid. Prior to this, the IRS will send a Notice of Intent to Levy to the address on your last tax return, unless you have updated the IRS of a newer address in the interim. What exactly does an IRS Notice of Intent to Levy looks like:

Final Notice

Notice Of Intent To Levy And Notice Of Your Right To A Hearing

Please Respond Immediately

We previously asked you to pay the federal tax shown on the next page, but we haven’t received your payment. This letter is your notice of our intent to levy under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 6331 and your right to appeal under IRC Section 6330.

We may also file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien at any time to protect the government’s interest. A lien is a public notice to your creditors that the government has a right to your current assets, including any assets you acquire after we file the lien.

If you don’t pay the amount you owe, make alternative arrangements to pay, or request an appeals hearing within 30 days from the date of this letter, we may take your property, or rights to property. Property includes real estate, automobiles, business assets, bank accounts, wages, commissions, social security benefits, and other income. We’ve enclosed Publication 594, which has more information about our collection process; Publication 1660, which explains your appeal rights; and Form 12153, which you can use to request a Collection Due Process hearing with our Appeals Office.

To prevent collection action, please send your full payment today.

* Make your check or money order payable to United States Treasury. * Write your Social Security Number on your payment. * Send your payment and the attached payment stub to us in the enclosed envelope. The amount you owe is shown on the next page.

If you have recently paid this tax or you can’t pay it, call us immediately at the above telephone number and let us know.

The assessed balance may include tax, penalties, and interest you still owe. It also includes any credits and payments we’ve received since we sent our last notice to you. Penalty and interest charges continue to accrue until you pay the total amount in full. We detail these charges, known as Statutory Additions, on the following pages.


Copy of this notice

Pub 594, IRS Collection Process

Pub 1660, Collection Appeal Rights

Form 12153, Request for a Collection Due Process Hearing


The above information is how the "IRS Notice to Levy" reads. Once this Notice to Levy is sent, a taxpayer is "fair game" to hve their assets seized. It can be your paycheck, your bank account(s),

3rd party payments to you or real property.

The IRS doesn't mention tax relief options such as being Currently not Collectible or settling a tax debt with an Offer in Compromise.



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