Are Your Wages Are Being Garnished or Have You Received An Intent To Garnish?
Do you have a tax bill you can’t pay off? Have you received Intent to Levy notices from the IRS, but ignored them because you can’t afford to pay off your tax debt?
When a tax bill is ignored, the IRS or State Taxation Agency can Levy or garnish your wages as a means of collecting on the debt. In order to collect the back taxes you owe, the IRS will contact your employer and force them to divert a substantial portion of your paycheck or other source of income. Wage garnishments stay in effect until the tax debt is fully paid off, or until the IRS or State agrees to a Levy release.
We know how devastating wage levies are to taxpayers and their families. Wage garnishments can leave a taxpayer with so little to live on that they are unable to pay for even basic living expenses, let alone the cost of good representation.
Although we may not be able to recover what the IRS or State may have already levied, generally we can get the levy released. Upon being retained, we will immediately contact the IRS to negotiate a levy release. Once the garnishment is lifted, we can then assist you with permanently resolving your tax problem.
We realize that people with wage levies are struggling financially, so we offer free financing that allows you to get immediate help and spread payments out over time.
In addition to wage garnishments, both the State and the IRS may Levy other sources of income payable to you. Examples of other IRS wage garnishment sources include commissions, sub-contractor fees, and accounts receivable for self-employed individuals; bank and brokerage accounts (see IRS Bank Levies), life insurance or endowment contracts; and in certain situations, retirement benefit payments including Social Security Retirement benefits, and Veteran's Pension benefits.
Call us at (877) 829-2455 to schedule a initial consultation, if you need assistance with Tax-Related Wage Garnishment.