Has the IRS Garnished your Wages?
If so, we may be able to get the Wage Garnishment released. To find out how we can help you, call 1-800-880-0TAX.
What is a Wage Garnishment?
The IRS, in an attempt to collect past due taxes, sends notice to the Taxpayer’s employer called Notice of Wage Levy. The Notice of Wage Levy requires the Taxpayer’s employer to withhold a large percentage of the employee’s pay check and forward it to the IRS.
Will the IRS release the Wage Garnishment?
Generally, the IRS will release the Wage Garnishment if the Taxpayer is in full compliance with all tax filings and the Taxpayer agrees to some collection alternative such as an Installment Agreement, Offer-in-Compromise or Currently Not Collectible status.
How long does it take to secure a of the Wage Garnishment?
Securing a release of a Wage Garnishment may be quick and easy if the Taxpayer is already in full compliance or it may be extremely time consuming if the Taxpayer is not in full compliance.
Why should you retain our Firm?
It is generally possible to avoid a Wage Garnishment by being proactive and negotiating a collection alternative with the IRS. If the Wage Garnishment has already occurred, it may be possible to negotiate a full or partial release of the Wage Garnishment before the IRS receives any part of your paycheck. Regardless of your situation, our Firm has the experience to negotiate release on your behalf. Time is of the essence, so act fast and call 1-800-880-0TAX.
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