IRS & STATE TAX GARNISHMENTS RELEASED IN AS FEW AS 36 HOURS
Once a levy notice has been served on your employer, they are legally required to garnish your wages on the first eligible pay cycle after the notice is received. If you have recently been notified that the IRS or state has issued a notice to levy your wages, you must take immediate action to protect your take-home pay. Without immediate intervention, wage garnishments can consume as much as 70% of your take-home pay! This doesn’t have to happen to you.
Let the tax specialist at Harris Tax and Financial Solutions get your levy released FAST….in as few as 36 hours! Work directly with an experienced Enrolled Agent who has helped other taxpayers settle their delinquent taxes for as little as 3% of the balance owed. Take advantage of our Free Consultation and Schedule an Office Consultation Today.
TAX GARNISHMENT TACTICS
As a matter of law, neither the IRS or state are required to provide a specific notice that they intend to pursue a wage garnishment; they need only issue a Final Notice of Intent to Levy. If the tax debt is not paid or a payment plan is not approved within the notice period, the IRS and state have broad authority to levy (i.e. garnish) all forms of property and compensation the taxpayer receives, including salary, bonuses, pension, disability benefits, and accounts receivables, etc.
Using a wage garnishment to levy a taxpayer’s income is one of the most formidable tactics used by the IRS and state. Most taxpayers are ill-prepared for an abrupt reduction in take-home pay and find it difficult to pay monthly expenses once a tax levy goes into effect. Given the pattern of noncompliance or the long-standing delinquency the taxpayer has exhibited prior to levy enforcement, the IRS and state are less likely to offer favorable settlement options to taxpayers without representation.