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Tax Levy - Garnishment | Stop an IRS Garnishment in 24 Hours

Updated: Sep 15


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If you’re looking for a comprehensive guide that will answer your questions regarding tax levies then you are in the right place.

Are you facing a tax levy or know somebody who is? Finding yourself with a tax levy can make you feel helpless. You may be feeling helpless in what’s happening to your h.ard-earned assets and even wages. Despite the terrible feeling that comes when getting hit with a tax levy, the good news is you have a lot of tax relief options that can get your life back to normal.



The Tax Lawyers at Flat Fee Tax Relief has had great success for more than a decade in having the IRS release their tax levies on both wages and bank accounts. In fact, this is a rather routine exercise for our tax pros.

To have a Tax Levy Garnishment stopped and released you will need one or a combination of the following employed:

IRS Repayment Plan - Installment Agreement The IRS wants to close your case. Entering into an IRS Repayment Plan will get the IRS to release your Tax Levy. If you try and do this yourself, the Agency will dictate terms to you. There will be no negotiation. There are many rules regarding IRS Installment Agreements. The average Jane and Joe Doe do not know what those rules are so the IRS will cram their repayment terms "down your throat."

Should you enter into an IRS Repayment Plan that you cannot sustain, you will end up in default and the IRS will put you right back where you are now. Don't do that to yourself. It is well worth your while to take advantage of our Rax Levy Garnishment Phone Number; 1-866-747-7435 before you agree to anything.

Currently not Collectible (CNC)

The IRS can declare that you have an "IRS Hardship" and place you in Currently not Collectible status. If you seek to be Currently not Collectible, you will be required to provide the IRS with a Financial Statement (IRS Form 433-A). Usually CNC status will last 12 to 24 months before it needs to renew.

The IRS can pull someone's CNC status at any time. During CNC status the IRS will, more than likely, file a Tax Lien. The Statute of Limitations (the time the IRS has to enforce collection) can run out while you are Currently not Collectible. IRS Offer in Compromise - Tax Settlement

The IRS will settle a tax debt under the right circumstances. You must be "eligible and qualified." This means you owe more than $10,000 and the last six (6) of tax returns have been filed. You do not have to be "destitute" to qualify. You need to show the IRS that you don't have any money left over after you pay your "allowable expenses."

Sometimes, our Tax Lawyers will put you into an IRS Repayment Plan to get your tax levy released. By doing so, the IRS will release the tax levy garnishment. While the IRS is setting up your Repayment Plan, our tax pros will be using that time to put together your Offer in Compromise.

Our Tax Attorneys can also do the same by placing you into Currently not Collectible status. By doing so, the IRS pressure on you is taken away and we can put together your IRS settlement. To accomplish any of the above tax relief options, the last six (6) years of tax returns must be filed. YOU MUST BE COMPLIANT.

There are many moving parts to the above information and we do not recommend that an IRS novice attempt any of the above TAX RELIEF options on their own."Do It Yourself (DYI) is not a great idea.






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