Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Flat Fee Tax Relief -- Stop IRS Levy and Settle through an Offer in Compromise

STOP IRS LEVY

SETTLE with the IRS

OFFER in COMPROMISE

2 STEP PROCESS

Nearly everyone who calls the Flat Fee Tax Relief Team at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. is suffering with an IRS Levy on their Wages. Why do so many taxpayers call us? It is because it is well known that no IRS tax resolution firm can have your IRS Levy on wages stopped faster than Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. No one does it better.

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IRS LEVY on WAGES

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WHAT IS AN IRS TAX LEVY:

An IRS Tax Levy is an administrative action, under statutory authority, that allows the IRS to seize assets and property with having to go to court. An IRS Levy includes the power to distraint and seizure by any means. The general rule is that the IRS does not need court permission to execute a section 6331 levy. For you, the taxpayer, who may owe a tax liability to the IRS, the most feared weapon against you is an IRS Levy on your wages. 

Using the powers granted to it, the IRS can and will levy against your wages, your commissions, your bank account(s), your Social Security (also Disability/SSDI) benefits, your account receivables, your insurance proceeds, your real property and the IRS can seize your residence. Internal Revenue Code Section 6331 allows the IRS to levy upon all property and your rights to property should you owe a Federal back tax debt. The IRS will levy upon assets held by a taxpayer who owes a tax liability. This is called a seizure. The IRS can seize by levy your assets held by a third (3rd) party such as a bank or brokerage house, etc.

IRS LEVY or GARNISHMENT ON WAGES:

Should you owe the IRS a back tax debt, the IRS can and will demand from your employer a portion of your wages. The money withheld from your paycheck, or Social Security, will be sent directly to the IRS. IRC Section 6334 does allow for an exempt amount that must remain outside the levy. However, this amount will be relatively small and will not cover your normal living expenses. 

An IRS Levy or Garnishment on your wages is considered to be continuous and only needs to be applied once to be in effect. An IRS Levy on your wages will be applicable to all of your future  wages unless one (1) of two (2) things happen:
  1. You pay your back tax debt in full, or,
  2. The IRS Levy on your wages is stopped and released without paying in full your back tax debt.
THE PROCEDURAL REQUIREMENTS FOR AN IRS LEVY:

The power of administrative levy for federal taxes owed dates back to 1791 according to the U.S. Supreme Court. the Fifth (5th) Amendment to the Constitution forbids both federal and state governments from taking an individual's property with due process of law. This rule applies to an IRS tax levy. To comply with the Constitution of the United States, the IRS must send out a notice to you for the coming levy and provide you with opportunity to be heard. The IRS will accomplish this, under Section 6330(a)(2), a Notice of Intent to Levy and Your Right to a Hearing. You, the taxpayer may receive a Notice of Intent to Levy by personal hand delivery, by certified mail or the Notice of Intent to Levy may be left at your usual place of business. 

A Notice of Intent to Levy and Your Right to a Hearing must be sent 30 days prior to the levy. It needs to be sent only once. The Notice of Intent to Levy may be sent to any address that the IRS has for you. You, the taxpayer, do not need to actually have received the Notice of Intent to Levy. The IRS only has an obligation to send it to you. 

The Notice of Intent to Levy must include in simple and non technical language the right of a taxpayer to request a hearing during the 30 day period before the levy will be effective. This hearing that is referred to in the Notice of Intent to Levy is a "Collection Due Process" or CDP hearing. The Notice will include IRS Form 12153 which you can fill out and return it to the IRS to request a hearing. You, the taxpayer, are allowed one (1) "Collection Due Process" or CDP hearing for each tax period (tax year) that the levy applies.

At the hearing, you, the taxpayer, may:
  1. Raise challenges to the collection actions of the IRS, 
  2. seek innocent spouse relief, 
  3. seek alternative collection actions such as an Installment Agreement,
  4. Offer in Compromise.
If you do not like the decision at the CDP hearing you, the taxpayer, could contest the decision in United States Tax Court or federal District Court.

EFFECT of an OFFER in COMPROMISE on an IRS LEVY:

Under federal tax regulations, the IRS will not levy against the property or rights to property of a taxpayer who has submitted an IRS settlement through the Offer in Compromise program. The IRS will not collect your tax liability that is the subject of your Offer in Compromise during the period that your Offer in compromise is pending. If your Offer in Compromise is rejected by the IRS, the IRS will not proceeed with collection action for a period of 30 days following the rejection. The IRS will also cease collection activity during an appeal of the rejection of your Offer in Compromise. 

An Offer in Compromise has different stages. During the first (1st) stage, the IRS will be looking to reject your IRS settlement offer by claiming it to be: "un-processable." This means you didn't dot an "i" correctly or that a "t" wasn't crossed. 

The IRS is tasked by the federal government with the duty to collect as much money as possible. That means that your Offer in Compromise had better be prepared correctly or it will be rejected.

The IRS can return your IRS settlement paperwork back to you as "un-processable" and resume levy action and garnish your property. 

Once the IRS accepts your paperwork and decides that your Offer in Compromise is "processable" and that your settlement offer paperwork has been completed properly and all forms have been properly filled out, the IRS must stop levy actions  under IRC Section 6331.

STOP AN IRS LEVY

SETTLE WITH THE IRS

OFFER in COMPROMISE

IRS Wage Garnishment removal services up to $1900Stop IRS Levy and Offer in Compromise -If you owe the IRS between $10K and $100K; pay only $1900 for IRS Levy/IRS Wage Garnishment removal and IRS Offer in Compromise.


AFFORDABLE FLAT FEE TAX RELIEF

CAN YOU AFFORD:
  1. An Initial Retainer of $300.00
  2. 8 Monthly Payments of $200.00
  3. Total $1900.00 for IRS Tax Help
If you can, then you can put the IRS behind you and have your IRS tax problems resolved. 


I am Dave Rosa, the V.P. of Client Relations at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. who will be conducting your free and confidential consultation. During our initial evaluation of your IRS problem, we will provide you with an action plan that will resolve your tax debt problem once and for all. Some of the items we will cover will be your gross monthly income, your assets (if any), your allowable expenses and expenditures. We want to know if a Revenue Officer has been assigned to your case. Having a Revenue Officer assigned to your case makes things more complicated and may make getting a levy released harder to achieve without documentation.

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1 comment:

  1. Stop an IRS Levy and then settle with the IRS through the Offer in Compromise program. Find out if you are eligible and qualified.

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