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The IRS can utilize a number of different enforcement actions to collect on a tax debt that you owe. Among them is the tax garnishment (tax levy) which is one of the most common. You may be able to avoid an IRS garnishment on your wages and bank account(s) by learning under what circumstances it is used and how it can be stopped and released in as little as a few hours. 

 

 

How Does a Tax Garnishment Work? 

 

  

 

                                                                 

 

This is how an IRS garnishment works: THE IRS TAKES YOUR MONEY. It's that simple. Yes, the IRS can and will seize your paycheck, and/or bank account(s). The IRS can legally garnish your wages by issuing a levy order on your employer. 

Tax Garnishment - IRS Levy

 

By law, your employer must permit the IRS to withhold money from your paychecks to pay off the debt. Moreover, the IRS can withhold a larger amount of your paychecks than other types of creditors. The IRS could leave you $375 out of each paycheck (or much less) on which to sustain you and your household. If you are self-employed, the IRS can claim all of your yearly income to pay off your tax debt. 

How an IRS Garnishment Will Affect You 

The IRS has virtually unlimited access to your income once it decides to garnish and levy you. The IRS does not have to leave you enough money with which to cover your necessities. If you are a 1099 independent contractor or should an IRS Revenue Officer "sign off" on a Manual Levy, the IRS will take 100% of your pay.

 

Normally the IRS will consider certain expenses called "allowable expenses" to be necessities. These expenses include: 

  • Mortgage or rent (up to a certain amount)

  • Utilities

  • Food

  • Medical and/or health insurance costs

  • A car payment up to $508 (2 cars if you are married) - operating costs

  • Child support

  • Alimony

  • Term life insurance

 

Removing and Releasing an IRS Garnishment 

 

Once the IRS begins seizing and garnishing your wages and bank account(s), it is not often inclined to release the tax levy until the debt is paid in full. Should you attempt to have the IRS garnishment released on your own, the IRS may not even allow you to request a release of the garnishment if you are experiencing financial hardships such as not being able to pay your rent or mortgage. 

 

Why Wouldn't the IRS Release the Tax Garnishment if

I DIY (Do It Yourself)?

 

Now that the IRS has you "by the short hair" and is enforcing collection of your tax debt, why would they stop the tax levy? The IRS knows that the "everyday taxpayer" does not have a clue what their rights and options are nor do they know how to manipulate IRS procedures to their benefit.

 

THE IRS TAX PROFESSIONALS AT FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE

ROUTINELY STOP HAVE AN IRS GARNISHMENT IN ONE DAY.

 

OFTEN TIMES WITHIN HOURS OF BECOMING OUR CLIENT. 

 

It is not impossible to have an IRS garnishment released before the tax debt is paid in full if you know what you are doing. Your very best option to receive a wage garnishment release could be to hire a tax resolution specialist to assist you in the process. A tax professional like the IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. can appeal the wage garnishment or present evidence for why it should be released immediately rather than after the tax debt is satisfied. 

 

Examining Your Tax Debt Problem 

 

A terrific reason to call a tax professional at our IRS tax relief firm is so that you will receive an honest evaluation. Should you choose to call our tax professionals for a free, confidential consultation, we will assess the reality of your tax situation and provide you with all of your options. You may not know how much you owe to the IRS. You also may not know if you have any missing unfiled tax returns that need to be filed. You may not know that you are eligible and qualified to settle with the IRS for less than your tax debt. 

 

If you become our client, we will immediately call the IRS and request a copy of your outstanding account balances from the IRS. If you are represented by an IRS Tax Lawyer the IRS will be more compliant. There are procedures that can "tie up" IRS enforcement while our tax defense team puts together your Offer in Compromise.  

 

Set Up an Installment Agreement  

 

If you cannot pay off what you owe in full in one payment, you could request to be set up on an installment agreement with the IRS. To make this request, you must fill out and submit IRS Form 9465

An installment agreement allows you to make monthly payments on what you owe. The payments are also based on your income, so they are affordable and in line with what you earn. You can also choose on what day of the month you would like that payment to be due. 

 

Request an Offer in Compromise - IRS Settlement

 

Another option you have is to request an Offer in Compromise. An IRS settlement agreement allows you to pay off your account for far less than what you owe. You could end up paying "pennies on the dollar" for your entire tax debt.

 

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE CLIENTS, ON AVERAGE,

HAD 96% OF THEIR TAX DEBT SETTLED. OUR CLIENTS HAVE A

A 95% IRS SETTLEMENT SUCCESS RATE.

IRS SETTLEMENT SUCCESS STORIES

 

PER 2016 IRS STATISTICS, THE IRS APPROVED

APPROX. 42% OF THE 80,000 OFFER IN COMPROMISE SUBMISSIONS 

 

If you want the kind of results the tax professionals at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. obtain, you can simply give our team a call. A tax resolution specialist, like our Tax Lawyers, will know what forms to file and what evidence to present to show that your Offer in Compromise is the most realistic option for settling your tax debt. 

The IRS wants to close your case. Our job is to show the IRS why they should close your file.

 

Demonstrate Financial Hardship - Currently not Collectible

 

If you cannot get tax relief through the Offer in Compromise program because you owe less than $10,000 or some other reason, you may succeed by demonstrating genuine financial hardship. If you can prove that paying off your IRS debt would result in extreme financial difficulties for you and your family, you may earn a reprieve from the IRS. In IRS jargon, financial hardship is called "Currently not Collectible".

To demonstrate financial hardship, you will be asked to show proof like bank statements and paycheck stubs. It would be best to have an experienced IRS Tax Attorney plead your financial hardship.
 

 

Obtain the Assistance of a Tax Professional 

(preferably an IRS Tax Attorney)

 

Regardless of the method you use to avoid an IRS garnishment on your wages and paycheck, there is no question that you will fare better by hiring experienced tax professionals to help you. Our IRS Tax Attorneys will help you figure out what tax defense method is best for you. Our team of experts will immediately communicate with the IRS on your behalf and file and submit paperwork to request an Offer in Compromise (OIC), have you placed into Currently not Collectible status or negotiate an installment agreement to pay off what you owe. 

 

A tax garnishment can leave you in financial difficulties that could last for years. The IRS can take as much money as it wishes out of your paychecks and/or bank account(s). The IRS Tax Attorneys at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. will help you avoid an expensive and lengthy IRS garnishment in one day. We want to save your paycheck from seizure.

 

 

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