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What is a Wage Garnishment?

IRS wage garnishment law is a legal deduction from your paycheck by the IRS to satisfy a tax debt. The IRS will continue to stay in place until it is released, your pay your tax debt, or the time expires for legally collecting the tax. The IRS will send repeated notices, letters, and even call you before setting up a wage garnishment. Do not ignore them! Make sure you take appropriate action before your employer is notified, and your paycheck is garnished; it is a lot harder to remove a garnishment, than it is to prevent an IRS garnishment.

IRS wage Garnishment Requirements.

  1. The IRS is required to first asses a tax on you, and sends a Notice and Demand for Payment.
  2. The taxpayer must have neglected or ignored the tax; and.
  3. The IRS must send you a final notice of Intent to Levy and notice of Your Right to A hearing (Levy Notice) at least 30 days before starting the wage garnishment

Can a Wage Garnishment be Removed or Released?

IRS wage garnishments can be removed, the IRS almost always would rather work with you to resolve the matter, rather than force their hand. Before the IRS will release a wage garnishment, they will require you to be up to date on all your tax filings, set up a payment plan, and often submit lengthy financial statements. The IRS will sometimes also require you to appeal your wage garnishment, which can take up to 30 days, much to long if they are taking the money you need to live on.

How Do I Stop My Garnishment Today?

Tax Attorney.com works with professional IRS tax attorneys, CPA’s, Enrolled Agents, and tax specialists who have experience working with the IRS collections, and appeals process. Our experts understand how difficult an IRS wage garnishment can be on an individual, and use their knowledge of tax law to help release your wage garnishment in as little as 24 hours. We will then send your levy release letter from the IRS, directly to your employers payroll department so your garnishment can be released.

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Take action quickly, every day that you wait can cost you money; the sooner you have representation the quicker your wage garnishment can be stopped. Tax Attorney.com works with attorneys, CPA’s, Enrolled Agents, and tax specialist, who use tax law to help fight and quickly release your IRS garnishment. To speak with a tax specialist regarding your wage garnishment, and what can be done to stop it, contact us online, or call us at 888-241-0002 for a free tax consultation.
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