Wage Garnishment | Tax Debt Help | Flat Fee Tax Service | San Diego
Updated: Jun 15, 2020
Wage Garnishments – Tax Levy – IRS Garnishment
If you have an ongoing tax debt and the IRS feels that you’re not paying fast enough, the agency has the option of garnishing your wages. A wage garnishment (IRS Tax Levy) is simply a legal seizure of your wages (paycheck) so that the government can satisfy the outstanding tax debt. Typically, an IRS wage garnishment is very severe and only allows you to keep a small portion of your wages.
The IRS will an order to levy to your employer, and before the wage 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.
THE TAX PROFESSIONALS AT FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE ROUTINELY HAVE AN IRS GARNISHMENT STOPPED AND RELEASED IN ONE DAY.
If you are facing wage garnishment (IRS Tax Levy), you owe it to yourself to consult with the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service. When you meet with us, we’ll ask you several questions, such as:
Were your wages garnished while you were in bankruptcy?
Did the IRS send you proper notices?
Have filed all of your tax returns?
Has the Statute of Limitations on the collection expired?
Do you have a spousal defense?
These are just a few of the reasons why the IRS might choose to stop and release the wage garnishment. There are other circumstances and options available to you as well. This is why you should meet with an experienced tax professional, who has has a track record, to discuss your particular tax problem and all of the tax relief options available to you.
The most important thing to remember is that if you do not have to live with an ongoing wage garnishment (IRS tax levy). A tax garnishment doesn’t have to be as crippling as the IRS wants it to be. True, out of all your creditors, the IRS is legally allowed to take the largest portion of your wages. And, unlike other creditors, it doesn’t have to go to court to get a judgement before doing so. Working with Powell Tax Law, you can work out a tax settlement or at the very least a installment agreement with the IRS so that if you must live under wage garnishment, you can still have a life.
I am Dave Rosa. It is always my pleasure and my duty to provide everyone who calls in, to provide a comprehensive and realistic evaluation of your tax problems.
The best way to deal with wage garnishment is to avoid it altogether. The San Diego tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service can represent you when the prospect of garnishment is still only a threat or is actually an order to levy. All the possible alternatives to wage garnishment – bank loans, collection delays, payment plans, offer in compromise (IRS settlement) – 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 out team of professionals represent you so you can make other arrangements.
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