What Happens When the IRS Levies Your Wages
If the IRS assesses an amount due on your taxes, they will issue you notice and a Demand for Payment. After several notices you may receive a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and a Notice of Your Right to a Hearing. As soon as 30 days after issuing these notices, the IRS can garnish your wages.
Here’s how an IRS wage levy works:
The IRS will contact your employer and require that your payroll department withhold a percentage of your pay. Your employer must remit that withheld portion to the IRS. Employers invariably comply because they can be held liable for the amount not deducted.
Unlike a bank levy, a wage garnishment is continuous. It can remain in place—unless stopped—until the wages collected cover the back taxes, plus interest and penalties.
How We Stop an IRS Wage Levy
At Precision Tax Relief, we specialize in solving urgent IRS tax problems like wage garnishment. Often, we can stop a wage levy in just 24-hours.
Stopping the wage levy wins us time to either negotiate payments or challenge the claims of the IRS.
To release a wage levy, we can:
These are a handful of the options available to stop the IRS from garnishing your wages.
We know that having your wages garnished makes it difficult to get by on your remaining pay. That’s why we offer affordable payment plans and work quickly to win your tax relief.
In negotiating OICs—one of the most favorable outcomes possible—we have a 94% success rate. Our OIC clients have paid an average of only 3.6 cents on every dollar owed. That’s why in more than 700 reviews, Precision Tax Relief has a 98% satisfaction rating.
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