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Stop IRS Wage Garnishment

Are You Being Threatened with Wage Garnishment and Bank Levy’s?

If this happens you will need to act quickly to save your next income or launch your frozen savings account funds.

An IRS levy action can freeze the funds in your savings account, take the salaries from your paycheck, and make your customers turn over the cash they owe you from the billings you have actually sent them.

Before a Wage Garnishment or Bank Levy is provided, the IRS needs to send you a demand for payment of the tax liability they state you owe. Have you been disregarding those nasty letters or afraid to respond back due to the fact that the tax financial obligation you owe? If these demands for payment are not pleased, then the IRS or the State can and will issue a Tax Levy.

Initially a written notice is released to your company. This notice orders the employer to withhold a particular part of your income or earnings. This levy by the IRS to keep a certain quantity from the taxpayer’s wage can not be disregarded by your company or the employer will sustain charges and other possible liabilities to the government. For a self-employed taxpayer, the IRS or the states can garnish the company’ receivables. For elders receiving social security advantages, particular part of stated advantages can be withheld.

A wage garnishment only takes place after a creditor submits a lawsuit. If you owe debt to the lender, the creditor may decide to file a claim. If you still fail to make your payments essential and on the approval of the court, the lender is enabled to take away a percentage of your wage or freeze your savings account (bank levy).

If you owe the IRS money there are several methods to pay. The very best way is to pay it completely immediately, but lots of people cannot afford to do this all at the same time. The IRS has numerous ways to pay in time and these alternatives are:

– establishing a payment strategy

– make a settlement offer also called an Offer in Compromise

– if your case is serious enough, filing for bankruptcy

If you do nothing, the IRS will start its collection procedure

Internal Revenue Service Collection process.

The IRS will not garnish your wages without first giving you observe and a chance making payment plans. Nevertheless, unlike other creditors it does not have to first get a judgement to begin the garnishment process.

To begin the process, the IRS has to send you a composed notification mentioning the amount you owe. The notice needs to make a list of all of the charges (tax, penalties, and interest) and provide you a date by which you should pay the balance in full.

If you fail to abide by the need for payment within the stated time, they will explore how they will require you to pay the tax. This might include wage garnishment, taking your assets, putting liens on your house and taking your future refunds.

State and Federal laws limit just how much can be garnished from your wages. The tax code only limits exactly what the IRS is needed to leave. They will take as much as they can and simply leave you with what the tax code states is enough for you to pay for standard living expenditures.

Collection Period Expires

Most of the times, the statute of restrictions for the IRS to collect back taxes is 10 years from the date of assessment. Basically this means that the IRS has only a 10 year window to gather on a taxpayer’s deficiency and when the window closes the IRS loses its legal claim to the back taxes.

This approach sounds excellent, but the IRS will likely take collection action through a tax lien and/or levy. A levy is the seizure of the taxpayer’s home to satisfy the debt. Another important indicate discuss is that you can do something about it that could extend the 10 year statute of limitations

A few of these are declaring a bankruptcy, submitting an income tax return after the due date, or filing an OIC.

Whatever your situation might be it will be needed to employ a tax expert or lawyer who can assist you browse the troubled waters of owing the IRS.

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