Tuesday, March 15, 2011

IRS LEVY: You Can Stop and Have an IRS Garnishment Released in 1 Day/24 Hours. Find Out How.

IRS LEVY RELEASE

IRS WAGE GARNISHMENT STOPPED

You have Rights. When you have a back tax debt owed to the IRS, you do not have to suffer with a Levy on your wages, paycheck, Social Security or Social Security Disability Benefit.


An IRS Garnishment / IRS Wage Levy occurs when you owe back taxes and the IRS is no longer willing to wait to collect them from you. Below is some information that you will need if you have an IRS Wage Garnishment / IRS Wage Levy.






IRS Wage Garnishment: 
If you fail to pay your back tax liability in the United States, the IRS has some very aggressive tools to use against you. To accomplish this goal, the IRS uses tools such as property levies, bank account levies as well as an IRS Garnishment / IRS Wage Levy. 






Separate or together, these methods will quickly get your attention and bring you to your knees if you do nothing about them. An IRS Garnishment / IRS Wage Levy is the IRS tool that will get your attention immediately.There's nothing like taking your paycheck, wages, Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI) to gain your co-operation.


For salaried employees, the IRS Garnishment / IRS Wage Levy is a favorite tool of the IRS. Nothing, and I mean nothing, will bring you, the delinquent taxpayer, to your knees quicker than an IRS Garnishment / IRS Wage Levy. Let’s take a closer look at this Levy hammer used by the IRS.

If you owe a back tax liability, the IRS has the right to seize any real property or personal property you own. Real property includes things such as homes, autos, jewelry or art work (anything that can be turned into dollars). Personal property also includes categories such as money held in bank accounts, savings or your paycheck. An IRS Garnishment / IRS Wage Levy are considered personal property seizures.

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IRS GARNISHMENT 
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AN IRS LEVY: In executing an IRS Wage Garnishment / IRS Wage Levy, the IRS is going to let you know it is coming.
  • The IRS must have sent you a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to A Hearing ( IRS Notice CP 90 or CP 91 for Social Security ) at least 30 days before the IRS Wage Levy /IRS Garnishment.
The IRS will serve the Final Notice to Levy/Notice of IRS Garnishment in person, leave it at your home or usual place of business, or the IRS could send the Notice of IRS Garnishment to your last known address by certified or registered mail. 


It isn't necessary to have you actually receive the IRS Notice to be valid.

The amount of the IRS Garnishment is determined by a formula calculating the tax owed, (or tax the IRS thinks that you owe) the number of dependents you claim and other issues beyond the scope of this article. Generally, you can expect the IRS to come up with a figure equivalent to between 30 and 70 percent of each of your paycheck or wages. As an example, if you receive a gross paycheck of $1,000 every two weeks, the IRS will take $500 of the gross if the IRS garnishment / IRS Wage Levy is for 50 percent of the check. This will occur with every paycheck you receive until the IRS tax debt is paid off and your employer is responsible for making the payment, which means you can’t try to hide your paycheck.

How will you pay your rent and utilities if the IRS is seizing your paycheck or Social Security? How will you make your car note? How will you pay for groceries for you and your family?



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While you can negotiate with the IRS on your own, it isn't recommended. Everything you say can be used against you and the IRS agents are very good at interrogating taxpayers. You are not going to "outsmart" the IRS by negotiating yourself. A much better way to go is to hire a Tax Attorney, an experienced C. P. A.  or Enrolled Agent to handle the matter for you. 

A good tax professional should be able to get the IRS to significantly lower or completely terminate your IRS Garnishment / IRS Wage Levy. 

In certain situations, such an inability to pay your back tax debt, a tax professional at FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC. may recommend pursuing an IRS Settlement via the Offer in Compromise wherein the IRS will agree to eliminate or dramatically lower your IRS tax debt. You may be "Currently Uncollectible". Obviously, any of these situations represents a major improvement over having your wages  or Social Security levied / garnished.

IRS WAGE LEVY AFFORDABLE FEE: $500.00 

$250.00 to stop the Levy & $250.00 in 30 days

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1 comment:

  1. During this economic downturn, you can be assured that the IRS is aggressively filing both tax liens and executing tax levies. Find out how you can have an IRS garnishment stopped and released.

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