Wednesday, January 11, 2012

The IRS Can Take your Social Security -- You Have Rights -- You Can Settle Your IRS Debt

CAN THE IRS TAKE YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY

The Answer Is:

YES

The IRS will send you a Notice of Intent to Levy and Your Right to a Hearing (CP-91). The IRS claims that you have a balance due and that they have previously sent you a notice. The IRS will send the CP-91 to inform you that that the balance remains past due and that the IRS intends to take 15% of your Social Security (or Social Security Disability SSDI) to pay it. There are steps that you can take to prevent this levy from happening.

SOCIAL SECURITY

IS NOT PROTECTED FROM 

THE IRS

The IRS can levy Social Security in 2 different ways. The IRS can use an automated 15% levy through the Federal Payment Levy Program (FPLP) and the IRS can use a Manual Levy and take whatever amount they want. 

Federal Payment Levy Program - is the 1st collection step that the IRS would exercise against your Social Security check. If you do nothing, the IRS can take 15% from your Social Security on a continuous basis until the entire tax debt is paid in full. The IRS is authorized under section 6331(h) of the Internal Revenue Code to take 15% of your Social Security benefit. It is a simple process for the IRS to send to the Financial Management Service your Social Security number and match it to your Social Security benefit. It is that easy. If this happens, you can expect to lose at least 2 of your Social Security checks due to the process. The levy release may be obtained in as little as a couple of hours but due to the size and number of Federal Agencies involved, it will be months before you see your full check again.

Manual Levy -  The IRS can seize more than the 15% allowed by the Federal Payment levy Program. A Revenue Officer can sign off on an order called a "Manual Levy." This gives the IRS to take any amount that they choose. If you have unfiled tax returns, owe a large amount of back tax debt, have sent "crazy letters" to the IRS regarding the legality of the Income Tax Code, you may find yourself with a "Manual Levy."


YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO

SETTLE WITH THE IRS




If the IRS causes you a financial hardship, it may be possible to reduce the amount taken from your Social Security check. It may be possible to settle with the IRS for less than you owe through the Offer in Compromise program. It may be possible to have you declared to be Currently not Collectible.

FLAT FEE TAX SERVICE, INC.

WILL HAVE THE

IRS LEVY

STOPPED AND RELEASED 

IN 1 DAY/24 HOURS

The IRS maintains collection standards and has rules that they must abide by. A resolution to your IRS problem is obtainable. You need an advocate that will fight for you and make the IRS abide by the rules.

We have, at Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. seen an increase in calls from elderly Social Security beneficiaries who are facing an imminent levy or are having an IRS Levy being executed presently. The government is broke. The IRS has their marching orders to collect as much money as they can as quickly as they can.

In the latest statistics provided by the IRS, per the Tax Advocate's Office, the IRS through the Federal Payment Levy program has gone from 525 levies on Social Security benefits in 2004 to nearly 3500 levies on Social Security beneficiaries in 2007. You can be sure that the numbers are much larger now.

YOUR IRS OPTIONS

  1. Do nothing and have the IRS take at least 15% from your small Social Security check for a very long time.
  2. Engage Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. before you are levied and keep your entire Social Security check.
  3. Wait to engage Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. and have the levied executed and lose at least 2 checks to the IRS levy.
  4. After the Levy has been stopped, proceed with an IRS settlement through the Offer in Compromise program.
  5. Be declared Currently not Collectible and possibly never pay 1 penny on your back tax debt.



I am Dave Rosa, the V.P. of Client Relations for Flat Fee Tax Service, Inc. I will be conducting your free and confidential consultation regarding your IRS problems. You will be asked what your current income (before taxes) is. Are you married and if so, what is your spouses income if any. Do you own property? If so, do you have any equity? What is your monthly mortgage or rent payment. do you own any vehicles? Do you have a car payment? How much do you spend on utilities? Do you have any dependents? Do you have any out of pocket expenses for medication and health insurance? Do you pay for child support? Do you have a 401K? Do you a whole life insurance policy? Do you have term life insurance?

These are some of the questions we will need answer in order to come up with an action plan for your benefit.    

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1 comment:

  1. You are on a fixed income or have an hourly wage. You have a back tax debt that is owed to the IRS. you are facing an IRS Levy. Do not despair. Your IRS levy can be stopped and you may be able to settle your back tax debt. Contact Flat fee Tax service, Inc.

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