If you have not resolved your IRS back tax debt within 30 days from the date of the Final Notice, the IRS will transmit the levy electronically to FMS.
Because the Federal Payment Levy program (FPLP) is used to satisfy back tax debts, the IRS may levy your Social Security or Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits regardless of the amount. This is different from the 1996 Debt Collection Improvement Act which states that the first $750 of monthly Social Security benefits is off limits to satisfy non-tax debts. Fifteen percent of the Social Security benefit will be levied through the FPLP regardless of whether or not the remaining benefit sent to you is less than $750.
On a weekly basis, the IRS submits a file of delinquent tax debts to FMS and updates tax debts already in Treasury's National Interactive Delinquent Debtors Database maintained by FMS. The debts in the IRS file are marked with an indicator to instruct FMS to notify IRS that one of its tax debts has matched with a title II benefit payment, but not to levy that SSA payment until directed by IRS. Treasury Offset Program (TOP) matches a title II beneficiary's identifying information with the same information from the debtor database. IRS then uses this matching information to determine whether to proceed with the automated tax levy. WHY FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE TO STOP YOUR IRS LEVY:
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