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The most recent IRS statistics on enforcement activities are in. When taxpayers do not pay or resolve their tax liabilities, the IRS uses its enforcement powers to try and collect the past-due tax. The IRS can issue tax liens, bank levies, and wage garnishments without a court order.
The IRS filed over 700,000 tax liens just about every year and the agency issued just under 3,000,000 orders of tax levy (IRS garnishment) on third parties. (Third-party levies typically are a bank levy or a tax garnishment seizing wages)
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The above numbers are staggering. The good news for taxpayers is an increase in the number of tax settlements (Offer in Compromise) accepted by the IRS. An Offer in Compromise allows taxpayers to negotiate with the IRS and settle for less than the total amount of tax owed.
If you owe back taxes, and you are facing an IRS garnishment (wage), an IRS tax levy (bank accounts), you will need to act immediately. The IRS may place a tax levy in order to seize your property and/or assets (bank accounts, wages). A tax levy is defined as “a legal seizure of your property to satisfy a tax debt.” Nearly everyone understands the term "IRS Garnishment".
Keep in mind that an IRS tax levy is different from a federal tax lien. A tax lien is a claim against your property that protects the government’s interest in your tax debt. Think of a tax lien as an "insurance policy." A tax lien will "sit there" and won't "spring" into action until you try and sell your property.
The IRS will use a federal tax lien as security for your tax debt. A tax levy is an entirely different "animal". An IRS tax levy will actually take your wages, your paycheck, your bank account(s) property in order to satisfy your tax debt.
An IRS Garnishment will each you anywhere that you work. A court order is not necessary as the IRS has full authority to seize your paycheck or bank account(s).
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Can the IRS take your entire paycheck?
Absolutely, Positively Yes! The IRS can and will take your entire paycheck. The IRS can seize your paycheck if you have an overdue tax debt and the IRS has sent you a series of notices asking you to pay.
How Does an IRS Tax Levy Work?
Before we address a tax levy, let’s go over the basic steps of the IRS tax relief process, from billing to enforcement.
Generally: If you owe a tax debt, the IRS will send you a bill (referred to as your “first bill or notice” for tax due). If you don’t pay your first bill (IRS notice), the IRS will send you at least one more notice. If you still haven’t paid by the time you receive your final IRS notice, the IRS will start to enforce collection actions.
Collection actions can range from taking your future tax refunds to seizing your paycheck, your bank accounts, and your property. If any of these IRS enforcement actions are taken against you, you need IRS tax relief immediately.
NOTE: A federal tax lien will automatically come into existence if you don’t pay your taxes due after receiving your first bill.
There are several events that must happen before the IRS places a tax levy on your assets.
1. The IRS sends you a “Notice and Demand for Payment” after their tax assessment has been made.
2. You either neglect or refuse to pay the tax balance shown on your notice.
3. The IRS then sends you a “Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to A Hearing” (levy notice), which you may receive at home, work, or in person. If the IRS gets no response from you within 30 days of sending the levy notice, a tax levy will be placed on your property/assets.
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IRS Tax Levy - Types
The IRS may levy (i.e. seize and sell) any type of real or personal property that you own or have an interest in. This can include your home, car, bank accounts, wages, retirement funds, rental income, and more.
The IRS Tax Levy -
(often referred to as
‘wage garnishment’) is
the most common form of IRS tax
levy. Under this type of levy, the IRS orders your employer to subtract a certain amount of money from each pay period to go toward your tax liability – and usually, only a small portion is left for you to keep. If you don't have "much of a check" you need IRS tax relief immediately.
An IRS tax garnishment is considered to be "continuous" which means that it will stay in place unless it is stopped and removed. To receive IRS tax relief to stop a tax levy on your wages, give our team a call today.
Once an employer receives Form 668-W (Notice of Levy on Wages, Salary, and Other Income), they generally have one full pay period before they’re required to send the IRS money from their employee’s wages. If your employer does not comply with the IRS, your employer will be held liable for the amounts that should have been collected through wage garnishment.
There are 3 ways to end a levy on your wages, salary, or tax refunds – the levy can be released, you can pay off your tax debt, or the statute of limitations for collections may expire.
[Note that the IRS can levy both your Federal and State tax refunds.] If a tax levy is placed on your wages, the IRS wants you to call them. Should you decide to call the IRS to have your tax levy released, you won't know what your tax relief options. Are you eligible to settle with the IRS? Can you be declared Currently not Collectible? Will the IRS bully you into agreeing to a much higher Installment Agreement? The IRS isn't going to tell you what your options are.
IRS Tax Levy on Your Financial Accounts
Another common form of IRS tax levy involves your bank accounts and other monetary assets (such as investments, dividends, retirement accounts, licenses, and the cash loan value of your life insurance). The IRS may seize your financial accounts and monitor them, and then take the funds to pay your tax debt.
If your bank account is subject to a tax levy, your bank is required to hold funds that you have on deposit (up to the amount of tax due) for 21 days. The 21 days includes Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. You don't have a lot of time to receive tax relief. Once 21 days have passed, the bank must send the money to the IRS.
Know this, if you were charged bank fees due to an IRS error when your account was levied, you may be entitled to a reimbursement. To make a claim, use IRS Form 8546 (Claim for Reimbursement of Bank Charges). If you want to discuss your case, call the IRS employee whose name is listed on the “Notice of Levy” that you received.
Tax Levy on Social Security Benefits
This is very common and very easy for the
IRS to levy your Social Security. Through
the Federal Payment Levy Program (FPLP),
the IRS may levy a minimum of 15% of each
Social Security payment until your tax debt is paid.
The IRS may also levy and seize Veterans Pensions
as well as Social Security Disability (SSDI) checks.
***The IRS has a mechanism called a "Manual Levy" which allows the IRS to take 100% of your benefits with a simple signature from a Revenue Officer.
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The FPLP is an automated system managed by the Department of Treasury, which is in charge of levying (i.e. reducing) your paychecks and/or benefit payments. The Social Security Administration (SSA) calls these “automated tax levies.”
Tax Levy on Your Property
Although it’s less common, the IRS can seize your property and sell it to pay your tax debt. This includes any houses, boats, trailers, automobiles, motorcycles, or land that you own – with only a few exceptions.
Should you have rental income, the IRS can and will seize rental payments. You do not want to have this happen to you. To order this type of tax levy, the IRS can simply send you a Notice to Levy. Once the Notice to Levy has been sent, the IRS is no longer required to send another.
Before the IRS can place a levy on your principal residence, they will need to bring a proceeding in U.S. District Court. The IRS must prove that (1) your debt has not been satisfied; (2) the administrative procedures/requirements relevant to the levy have been met; and (3) there is no other reasonable alternative for enforcement of your debt.
There are 4 “reasonable collection alternatives” recognized by courts:
1. Payment in full of your tax debt.
2. Agree to an IRS Installment Agreement.
3. IRS settlement through the Offer in Compromise (OIC).
4. Being declared Currently not Collectible.
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