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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is an enormous and powerful government agency. News stories tell us that an additional 83,000 IRS Agents are about to be added to their IRS staff. These additional IRS Agents are going to ramp up enforcement activity.


When the IRS levies your bank account, it will freeze the assets in your bank account. Should you have a tax debt, eventually the IRS will take enforcement action against you unless steps are taken to shield and protect you.


If you owe money to the IRS, whether as an individual or as the owner of a business, the IRS will do everything in its power to collect the tax debt.

IRS may very well order a tax levy against you. If you have an unpaid tax debt and the IRS is threatening action against you, contact Flat Fee Tax Relief immediately for tax debt help. You really do not have time to lose. Save your money from IRS seizure.

The steps of the tax levy process include:

1. Receipt of notice from the IRS explaining how much you owe in taxes, including any penalties, late fees, or assessed interest, and when it is due;

2. Receipt of notice that the IRS has requested payment, but that you have refused to pay the tax;

3. The IRS's only obligation is to send the notice. The IRS is not obligated to make sure you actually received it: and

4. The “final notice,” must be sent by the IRS at least 30 days before any property seizure occurs. Once again, the IRS has no responsibility to ensure that you received the final notice.




Once the IRS Levy is Released,
It is Critical to Obtain a Tax Settlement.

It is very common for the IRS or State to issue an additional levy and/or wage garnishment if the terms of the release are not met promptly. For example, the levy release may have been conditioned on several missing tax returns to be filed by a certain deadline. If this deadline is missed, you may be facing an IRS asset seizure again.

Our Tax Attorneys will take control of the entire process. We can expedite everything because we have our own in-house tax preparers. The final goal, of course, is to protect you from IRS enforcement and to settle your taxes for the least amount possible. That is our specialty.  


What Can I Do to Avoid or Stop an IRS Levy?

The prospect of an IRS Levy hitting your bank is scary – no one wants to deal with having their checking and/or savings account confiscated. Should the IRS order your bank to seize your money, you have 21 days to get your money. Luckily, there are ways that you can avoid an IRS bank levy, including establishing a payment plan (IRS Installment Agreement), being placed into Currently Not Collectible (IRS Hardship) status, and settling with the IRS through an Offer in Compromise.


Once again, you only have only 21 days to get your money released from an IRS levy. This includes Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. Needless to say, you have zero time to waste.

Most people who do not pay their taxes; usually, don't have the money to pay or they made a filing error and simply do not understand their IRS tax problem.

Having an IRS Levy released will not put an end to your IRS problems. You will still need to settle with IRS. Our IRS problem solvers will work directly with you to help you understand all of your options and then implement the right IRS settlement for you. Our tax practitioners want you to settle your tax debt and be able to walk away from your IRS problems.



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